Yup! I hired a full suspension bike in New Zealand for some incredible trails around Rotorua.
It had three levels of suspension, controlled by a handlebar lever, so you could lock it out for uphill, have it medium for general riding, and full suspension for bigger trails. It also had a dropper post, for while-riding seat height adjustments.
It’s been decades since I rode mountain bikes, and the technology has gotten so advanced that it’s now no surprise people are riding ever bigger, faster, and generally more impressive trails and features. Nobody would have the confidence in their bike to try those things years ago. Now, with this bike, after an hour I was riding more confidently than I’ve ever done in my life, even back when I was riding loads as a teenager.
I’m now looking at buying a mountain bike for myself, and it’s going to be really hard not to spend money on making sure I have similar features to the €4,000 bike I hired in NZ. I don’t have the budget for it right now, so at least I’m going to buy a bike which can take the dropped seat upgrades, etc.