Suspension Upgrade worth while for general commuting?
Are suspension upgrades (custom springs, separate compression / rebound damping adjustments, etc.) worth while for the average commuter-strom? I ride interstates 80% of the time, and ride semi-non-aggressively on country backroads 25% of time. I'm mostly solo, but occasionally ride two-up to the movies on the weekend. I currently crank up the rear preload for two-up, and make no adjustments to the front preload. I know a little about suspension from mountain biking...mostly applicable to off-road type stuff.
I guess the real question is directed to folks who's dropped some coin on aftermarket suspension improvements: Is is worth it for just an average commuting machine? Would I notice any noticeable improvement on those semi-non-aggressive backroad sprints?
Previous DL650 Commuter - 2015 DL650 XT
Currently a Super Tenere Commuter - 2017 ES