It looks like you moved the bridle attachment points to the LEs, as well. I've adjusted my bridle in a similar way, don't have the measurements handy, though. I don't like much weight on a kite in general, so the factory weight about 2-3" below the center T works for me. I tried it closer to the tail, but didn't like it.
Since adjusting it the way I like, I think the kite performs some amazing looking tricks. It moves so slow, it gives plenty of time to think out the trick. I've only gotten about 5 hours on the kite, but the 3 hours of test & tune is paying off at this point.