Raised the forks 6mm.
I am one of those who has never been happy with the front end on my AT. I always found the front end to be "bouncy" and lacking in feedback. I tried many adjustments and considered even more, to the point of maybe even going to a 17 / 19 wheel combination. To address this issue I changed out the fork springs with some from Cogent and replaced the fork oil. The spring change resulted in a vast improvement in the reduction of the "bounciness" and diving while braking. But I still found that ripples and waves in the road upset the stability of the front wheel, and that's pretty much all of the roads around here. The front end was to light and easily deflected. The bike did not have the stability I like or the ability to corner with confidence without continuous small steering corrections. So yesterday I raised the forks 6mm in the triple trees and am happy to report that the front end is much more stable, with better feedback and a greatly reduced tendency to be upset by the poor condition of the road.