its called wheel hop. knowing what vehicle you have would better help us to understand how to combat the problem.
usually its caused by the weak rear springs the 2005+ trucks have. the rear springs are soft and allow the axle to wrap up and it makes the pinion point upwards and the axle is basically trying to run under the truck and lifting the wheels off the ground.
an add-a-leaf set-up will usually fix it by loadign the springs up and giving them a greater spring rate will not allow the springs to deform like they are under hard acceleration. depending on the truck you have, it may be easier. 2wd or 4wd? reg cab, extended cab, 4 door?
No acceleration hop for me...ever. And no TSB since I wasn't aware of it until after I was out of warranty.
Seeing as I have a non-TRD SR5, some said in the other thread that this helped with the sway around corners. I'd prefer to go the AAL/Bilstein 5100 route, but $$$. For $30, I may give these a try. Wasn't interested before, but I think I am now.