Good to hear he's on the doorstep of returning. I'll wait, then, since I'm on said list.
As for setting it up myself, absolutely have tried, and I just can't get it feeling "right". It's a Boxxer WC, and the fork is just too good to not feel absolutely perfect…and I've had that feeling before, so yes, I want it again. I've come to the point where I'd just rather place it in the hands of a pro.
So, maybe you're great at dialling your own forks, Brother Lu, maybe not, and you're just happy w/ a sub-standard set-up or can't tell the differences…if you're actually that good, well, full props, but if you are as good as I am, and are just happy with the fork being OK, well…not what I'm after.
In my case, I just screw around with the pressure, rebound and compression so much that it never feels good since the front and rear are unbalanced. What I get from Arthur is that he sets it up as it should be. Then I can accept it and adjust my riding style to the bike.