Boy Jeff ain't that the truth!! I have been really lucky with my suspension tuners. Both of my "go to" guys ride the same kind of stuff I do. So everything works right after it's bolted on with very little clicker adjustments needed. With the Super Tenere I'm thinking it's going to be a challenge just for the fact you have so much weight added and removed for different rides.I don't see how damping settings can affect ride height, that highlighted comment seems to be in error. Also high and low speed damping settings refer to the speed of shock movement, not the speed of the motorcycle. A sharp edge or a pot hole would invoke the high speed damping whereas gentle rises and dips, as well as suspension loads as a result of cornering would involve low speed damping. Unsettled wobbling or excessive movement going into and out of twisty corners would call for more low speed damping.
In the end suspension is highly individual, the factory or supplier recommended settings should be considered only as a starting point. You have to adjust from there to suit your preferences.