The bikes were delivered with the forks set at the top ring. I like my bike to steer faster, so it's on the third, offset by dogbones increased from the standard 136 mm to 140, which dropped the rear by 20 mm (from memory). Even though it would appear to have dropped evenly front and rear, it does in fact, steer faster than standard.
Sag is unchanged, at 30 % of full travel front and rear - that's with me in my full kit on board. The amount of rear shock thread showing is immaterial. Its the actual sag numbers that count. If you can't achieve 30%, you need to look at changing spring rates, but if you are 70 - 90 kg, you should have no problem.
To compensate for the lower clearance, my side stand is set at an additional 10 degrees using two wedges, one inside the other out.