I've been adjusting the clutch pedal pressure position all week (tip: carry a 12mm wrench with you for a week after installing a new clutch, for on-the-fly pedal adjustments). I've finally adjusted everything to a "perfect" position (ie. about where it was at before). There's been a few problems with inconsistant pedal pressure, so I bled the clutch one last time to get any remaining gunk and air out of the lines, and took the opportunity to replace the rubber clutch line and hydrolic reservior with the new braided stainless steel clutch line from RRE. Install was pretty easy, after I broke down and bought a 10mm flare wrench from the local Sears; don't try and break those fittings apart with a normal wrench, you'll just destroy them. As promised by Mike@RRE, the 1g clutch line that they sent me by mistake worked just fine; it just required a little bending of the lower hard line. After the line replacement and bleed, pedal pressure is now perfectly consistant.
After getting a good 300 in-town miles on the new clutch, I decided to open the car up a bit. Launching with this clutch is absolutely amazing; it just grabs, and doesn't let go, period. The flywheel will take a lot of getting used to; I'd already noticed that I needed to rev a bit higher when going from a stop, and that the car had a tendancy to "rev down" faster between shifts, but it's far more noticable when properly launching and shifting in a race situation. I'm now launching at 5000 RPMs at a minimum, and I'm going to have to start powershifting all the way through now, not just the two-three and three-four shifts (the engine revs down too damn fast on the one-two shift now). As with all things, practice makes perfect; I'll just need a little more wheel time. Overall, I'm incredibly happy with the upgrade.