+1, One of the perks you get when you have a shop, upgrade your suspension is that they should set it up for you. It doesn't take them much time.There are no "sweet numbers" for any bike as all riders are different. If you had a shop redo the forks and install the ohlins rear, they should have set the suspension up for you all ready and you shouldn't have to touch it for a while.
I personally felt that there was not enough weight over the front, so i have my rear raised two clicks. I also raised the front slightly because, in raising the rear I was having issues during hard braking after I switched to the NISSIN calipers. That helped stabilize the weight transfer to make hard braking an un-worrysome task.Do you guys keep the stock ride height or play with raising/lowering your forks? What about the ride height for the rear, leave it at stock height and just set the sag and play with the clickers?
If you want a vast improvement, get the suspenison setup so that the front and rear work at the same rate. It will improve tire wear, increase traction and feel more planted through the corners (Like it's on rails)I like my rear shock as hard as i can before its unbearable