I agree with you guys about the XXX-main being a good resource, but once you start getting more into suspension geometry sometimes you need more than just "gives more steering in, less steering out".
That stuff is fairly easily memorized and sometimes it's more complicated than just a pat answer.
You know, it's like: how is this actually *working* on the car and what interactions will this adjustment have with the rest of my setup? That's the kind of information that you need to dig around for and usually just try out for yourself.
Just as a little plug, I run the Tamale 1.5* outboard hubs on my BMI XRAY and they work extremely well. The aluminum is top drawer as well as the craftsmanship. As far as performance, after switching some months ago during the outdoor season, I found the car to be more stable, yet freer throughout all points of the corner.