How much do you weigh and how are you measuring (what procedure are you using to set) your sag?
Suspension settings are going to be different based on your particular conditions, preferences, riding style, bike (suspension) condition, and body weight. Asking someone else what they use is really sort of futile. Generally, sand track/dunes - stiffer compression, faster rebound; woods/rocks/logs/ruts/other - somewhere closer to the middle on both with enough compression to barely bottom on anything but maybe the worst g-outs or flat landings and still have a good plush feel in the small stuff, and enough rebound to control the side-side kicking when it gets rough without feeling either too dead (packing) or too springy. Bottom line is it takes trial and error to get it right, which takes time and discipline (and a flathead screw driver); go ride, change settings (only one thing at a time, and only 2-3 clicks at a time), go ride, change settings, go ride, etc, until you notice the bike working better for you. Write it all down as you go. Avoid the temptation to give up and just go ride that day - treat it like a job. Once you get your settings for that bike, you've got them. I have specific woods and sand settings (that I spent hours finding) that I set the night before a ride so it's all set up before I even get to where I'm going. Then I tweak from there based on how things are going that particular day. It also took trial and error to find my best SSS fork outer chamber oil volume for me on each of my bikes (especially since the YZ is about 45 lbs lighter than my WR). Spring rates should be fairly straight forward based on the bike's and your weight and your riding ability - but getting those right is step one in the process.