From what I understand, these suspension settings are like trial and error kinda thing.
Even if I had tried that, which I hadn't, I couldn't advise you on anything since our body structure is different, our driving habits are different, our environment and roads are different etc
So as far as I understand, you should go for an Ohlins front which guarantees you the best of performance if that's your goal, otherwise take your fork apart and start making one change at a time until you find what you're looking for.
However, don't expect much of that front. It's a 14 year's old technology plus it is manufacturer calibrated for 2 person riding.
Kinda like the rear suspension link swap we all need to do if we want our RC to dive by thought entering a corner.
I am really sorry I can't help more.
Anyway, if any discovery happens in your garage, I would like to see some pictures and read about it, if that's ok with you