Yeah, I couldn't tell you jack about checking accounts, since I can't hold on to my money long enough to even think about putting it in the bank.
As far as suspension stuff goes, it's all just trial & error plus a little critical reasoning. Besides, how much stock would you put in someone who has owned a car going on six years (
) and is still changing his suspension?
See my (rather long-winded) post here
from almost three years ago where I attempted to illustrate the "jacking down" phenomenon.
When you bought the Konis you bought - in my opinion - the nicest adjustable, fixed-perch shock available for the Legacy. Making adjustments is simple (maybe less so for the rears) so it would behoove you to take advantage of what you paid for. I think you should make a more drastic change, go straight for one turn, so you can more clearly assess the difference.