Not sure if posting my setting will help anyone here, but at least it will be a starting place.
This is off a 1199R which I found to be very hard on the first ride, this is me geared up at around 240 lbs
I was shocked to see how hard it was actually sprung, as I usually order springs. And being a clydesdale, I was shocked that I actually came off the preload, as I usually add preload on stock springs to see if I can get the sag in the range I want.
Front Sag 38mm (11 off from full on)
Rear sag 32-34 (dropped three full revs)
Front C 13
Front R 16
Rear C 17
Rear R 18
I am by now means blowing through my suspension, and on the front getting on it hard, as well as breaking hard and having a full stopies just to see how the bike handles with ABS, I have about 1/2" left.
The bike tracks amazingly well now, with good feedback on both front and back. Rear leaned over I am to the edge, and the front I see wear down to about 1 cm. That being said, I'm not purposefully putting a knee down, just going over the same corners over and over and over on a 2-3 miles run with mid speed S curves, high speed sweepers, and very sharp turns. All of which I can take either a inside line, or move out just a tad and have ripple in the pavement. I usually do this short run both directions to judge changes in suspension and usually do it about 10-15 times in a session. After about 300 miles, I think I am very happy with the settings that I have.
One note, the rear uses a new spanner wrench (smaller) than my previous Ohlins.