Dunno if I'm one of those "Suspension Gurus" or not, but I'll give my opinion anyway
Stuff looks good from my point of view. A couple of questions and comments from my point of view.
-In several places, Marcus uses spring force and damping force seemingly interchangibly. This is a something of a falicy from an engineering standpoint.
-Often, when Marcus presents a choice... xxxxx OR yyyyy, priority should be assigned to the first option.
-If the bike doesn't turn in, lower the front.
-Generally, cornering additude controlled by GEOMETRY (front and rear ride heights), load transfer by springs (rate and preload), ride comfort by damping.
-What the bike does before the apex is dominated by the front end. What it does after the apex is dominated by the back end. You can make changes at the opposite end, to have a posative effect, byt the magnitude of the change will often be great enough as to adversly effect another regime of the setup.
-Marcus McBain might be the coolest name I've ever heard.
-Braking is a steady-state affair. In other words, the event is spring dominated. You CAN change (rather significantly) braking behavior by dialing in compression damping, but the front will then be so overdamped in the compression stroke that it will have a very negative effect on bump compliance. See point #1
-Rear ride height - 2mm at the shock (I think) or at the chassis? Lever ratios are generally 1.8 - 2.5 to 1. 2mm at the shock is 3-5mm at the chassis.
-This is a very good 1-page summary.
This summary presumes that you have the proper rate front and rear springs! If you do not, you will not acheive BOTH static and rider sag numbers. DO NOT simply set sags to 30mm and assume all is well. If you measure less than 7mm of static sag, F/R, your springs are too soft! 85% of all OEM springs are too soft! Following this flow chart with incorrect springs, you may tune yourself into trouble. For example, dialing in so much rear preload that, while adressing "running wide," that you easily top out your travel and spin up the rear, while still not holding a line on the throttle.