For 30% and in the case of a 125Kg load, It would be pretty much maxed out at 35 clicks. Having said that 125Kg is a large enough load so for most lighter/medium weight riders with lots of luggage 125Kg still won't be achieved so it will leave plenty of adjustment for them.
I am not too fixated on 30% sag though, I did need less sag at the back sure but I can decide on a sag target of 35% for example with the preload at postion 10, I can match this at the front. Now if I take a pillion/extra luggage I have another 25 clicks of rear preload left, again, maybe to maintain a 35% sag target.
It is more inportant that I can adjust pre-load front and back for balance, i.e. the bike not being too much nose up or nose down, so the bike is handling well. In this respect it doesn't matter if I am sitting at 28%, 30% or 35% sag. It is just with the Honda spring it was far too excessive at the rear (for my weight) and my sag values were a good deal higher, I was losing too much suspension travel on the comprssion stroke.