After the first ride, I adjusted both the brake and clutch levers. I like to rest my feet over the levers when I'm riding, I don't like splaying my feet out to the sides of the pegs. That's dangerous, as your foot will drag before the peg feeler, and the road can rip your foot off the peg violently. Sportbike riders ride with their toes on the pegs, but I've never liked that riding position. I like having the controls directly under my feet and readily accessible. So I adjusted the shifter and the brake pedal down, then adjusted the brake light switch. The shifter was easy, just loosen the bolts and rotate the linkage shaft until it was in a good position. For the brake side I had to remove the entire footpeg bracket, then lube up the rubber dust seal on the master cylinder, and then rotate the shaft.
My adjustments do make it more difficult to get my toe under the shifter with my big boots on, but I like it far better.