How short is short?
I like to shift quickly around 6500 and up. Easy, fast and smooth. So much fun I will pay for the extra fuel. I find shifts in that shifts 4500 range can be herky jerky clunky. No reason to go much above 8500 although the engine does not seem to mind. I can almost hear the fasteners coming loose at 10K. Congested situation/city/commuting/puttering you can go low and relaxed as long as no lugging. I like the bike much more with ear plugs and winding it up a bit and making very quick shift. If you not quick on the shift engine unwinds too much (lazy shifting) If you are shifting in the misery range you have to make sure you time well and let go of throttle or you can get revvy newbie shift. Gear selection generally speaking 1-10s, 2-20s, 3-30s, 4-40s, 5-50s, 6-60s is kind of my rule of thumb. I am 6500 miles in on this machine now and don't look down much anymore at tach/gear/speedo.
I did have trouble at first with 4-5 from time to time but T6 and 13000 miles on the clock and experience seems to have resolved that. When relaxed riding I often skip clutch on 5-6. Pressure on lever, backoff a little, click.