I recomend that you not fix it unless it's broke, particularly if you're a light weight rider.
Put it together using stock parts, 10wt. at stock oil levels and spacer length equal to stock. You'll have 2" more air gap to play with oil levels and the fork will react a bit less severely to minor changes in oil level, so it will be a bit more tunable.
I wouldn't advise moving on until you've exhausted all that is possible via oil levels and weights using the stock internals.
Too many variables to rely on what works for someone else.
Just my .02. If you don't roll with the stock internals at first you'll have no basis for comparison and will probably spend a ton of money, then not be sure which change to undo.
If you just gotta spend munny you should probably go straight to emulators and go through the learning curve with them, instead. Same procedure but with more clear benefit.
Same procedure. Leave the longer, shorter, stiffer or progressive springs and gizmos off your charge card until you find you actually need them.