Damn. I've only seen that road from a coach...
I was doing 70 a day on my gixxer, over the Pennines, but now I'm down to 30 less exciting daily miles, plus some weekend fun, but the bike was transformed after three days on track in Almeria (or was that me). Basically, the front had been way too stiffly damped, and together with the harsh BT015s it was telling me nothing.
The WP guy bounced the bike, cursed Suzuki, then wound all the damping off and dialled it back in incrementally until it felt right to him, pressing and bouncing front, rear and the seat to confirm the balance. He set the rebound, and hi and lo speed compression the same way, by feel alone, then checked on my progress and tyres for the duration, all for €50. It took a while to adapt, but finally I had a starting point that worked for me. He reckoned the suspension is good quality (no, he didn't try to sell any WP stuff), but the settings out of the crate, maybe even by click counts, are a lottery.
I'm no expert, but your doubts over the front could be the same issue - not enough compliance.
Once balanced and plush (well, as plush as 10kg/cm fork springs can be), the front felt much more confident to this middle aged track newbie.
The WP guy also dropped the front pre-load all the way, which is probably why it felt more natural, stable but adjustable, hanging off mid turn, and yet more flickable when upright, but like I say, I backed off on that for road use.
I wonder what your dealer actually tweaked? If you're anywhere near the northwest we could compare steeds some time.
Not sure the thou will ever corner like a Daytona 650 or 675 though, but boy did it make up for it elsewhere: from laying huge bananas to standing on the front it made mince meat of all manner of exotica.