My routine is usually this:
1. check chassis for tweak using blocks.
2. check and adjust ride height
3. check and adjust camber/toe
4. check and adjust droop
5. check and adjust chassis balance (using Paul L. guide)
6. check "ready to run" chassis tweak using Speedmind station (similiar to MIP)
And Yes, after you do all of this, sometimes the collars will be out slightly, but not much and the ride height will change slightly.
If the ride height/spring collar preload is out by a fair margin, I will check the car for other items that have tweaked the chassis (ie. shock lengths, shock mounting, roll bars, countersinking on chassis, bulkheads, shock towers, etc, etc.)
Finally, go out and race or test the car!!!
It sounds like a lot to do, but once you have the equipment out and you have your routine set, it takes no time whatsoever. and you know that the car is perfect as far as balance and tweak is concerned.
Just my 2 cents worth.