Glad the topic generated some discussion
So I fiddled a bit more with suspension and using cable ties and help of my girlfriend was able to get front and rear somewhat equal in terms of sag.
Front is now at the mark number 1 as per manual, didn't have to change the setting since last time, just used a better measuring method I guess, sag at this setting is about 44-45mm.
Rear is 7 clicks out from all the way in, and at this setting sag is about 42-43mm. I'd say it's good enough for me at this time, if I go riding with passenger or luggage, will just turn it all the way in.
I did a bit of searching on this forum and found a similar thread about suspension settings, can't provide a link since I have less than 10 posts, but if you search "Suspension Settings" you should be able to find it.
So I used the numbers for compression and rebound from post #6 in that thread since the person seems to be roughly my weight. Not sure how he could get 32mm sag in the front though.
Front rebound left at stock: 8 clicks out. Front compression moved to 9 clicks out (1 out from stock). Rear rebound moved to 1 turn out (0.25 in from stock).
Professional suspension tuning would be great, but as you guys pointed out it's hard to find something locally, where I live there are no motorcycle suspension shops. Don't know how knowledgeable dealer would be to do this.
The brake dive actually is not bad on this bike, maybe it's just me though, since my previous bike was a dual sport. I'll keep in mind a possible suspension upgrade in the future, but at this time it doesn't fit in the budget.