Thanks for the info. I,m looking in the same area as yourself. Given the tight clearances its not straightforward. But a tweak with the bars and taking some slope out of the seat should hopefully get the ergonomics a little better.
No prob. Before I bought mine, I was looking at the renthal RC (Ricky Carmichael) bend. A bit taller than the CR High bend, and even less pullback. No doubt they are nicer bars than the steel Moose ones I bought.
The one measurement that isn't usually listed, that can be an issue on the Versys, is the length of the tube that runs through the clamp. If it's too long, the bends on each end can hit the fairing at full lock. In the 1st pic below, where the first bend as the bar comes out of the clamp is what I am referring to. On mine, if that part was an inch longer on each end, it would probably be touching the fairing.
When I was looking, I never even thought about that part. I was only focusing on the controls clearing the tank.
Bar position is such a personal thing, but I cant stand riding a motorcycle or bicycle with bars that dont fit me right. It drives me crazy. For me, having the bars lower and forward a bit, made a drastic difference, even though the change doesn't appear to be drastic. My body proportions are unusual though, so wouldnt be for everyone.