I lowered the rear 2" and kept the front where it's at. I do pretty good with my toes on the ground. I'd like to try a Wee seat sometime, too.
2 inches is a big drop, V-John. That puts extra load/wear on the rear tire while unloading
the front a bit for braking and wet steering. Beside handling issues, you don't get the full
result from the drop unless you lower the front too.
Why not give it a try? It's easy to un-do if you don't like. View here, #6 & #7:
Work one side at a time. I loosened the bottom two bolts, then loosened the top just enough
to slide the fork up. Tighten the top bolt, then the two at the bottom and move on to the
other side. You can go up 7/8" max without fear of the fender hitting at full compression.
Measure carefully to be sure the forks are raised exactly the same.
Many riders on this forum raise the forks, without lowering the rear, just to improve handling.
You can use the rear shock preload adjuster to raise the rear for the original balance.
The Wee seat is an inch lower, an inch narrower and hard as a rail IMO. I like how it put me
closer to the ground. I also liked the extra wriggle room between the nose and the bump.
But it just had to be re-foamed where my tailbone bottomed out. At least the Suzuki seat
cover is tough stuff. With care it can be re-stapled several times until foam density and
slope can be adjusted to 'just right'.