Always up for an improvement..
You can post them up or w/e you want to do.. but did you test the car to be cross compatible with B-spec ( which usually holds true but not always ), and the car I had was taken to each and every track for testing before I decided on the numbers.. I also ran the car on everything from N1 to R5.. Which is sort of an explanation for the body roll.. If you get a little too stable wit the car with N' and S' you slide and loose traction easier when shifting weight.. so I opted to allow for force absorption instead of stability which can be easily achieved by altering the driving style and setup for each execution in driving style.
The TCS, and ASM numbers are there to aid in keeping the wheels from spinning and getting into the tire wear.. Also with the lesser tire grades it can aid in helping you keep the car tame, ( mainly useful for switching between many tire grades and requirements quickly before the driver has adjusted driving style and accounted for reaction times; also keeps you from tuning a car in for a specific tracks canting and elevations changes and allows the car room to react in differences in the terrain if needed ) for endurance racing..which also relates to the longevity of the tunes performance as well.. stronger car longer..and a bit more stable in relation to the reactions between suspension reaction and tire grip which changes as tire wear becomes apparent. Tested it at Motegi - 8h Endurance..A-spec and B-spec.. Loved it at Nurburgring .. but mot BMW's do perform well there..
Anyway.. yeah enough explaining..( you get the concept behind it though ) Post up what you have improved... Love to see it.