Yes in my humble experience I always found inverted forks track better than conventional forks.
Luv my 83 mm BB on my Enduro/ miniDH bike. For trail riding I think wider stance or wide Q factor works in my favor.
If you have a long wheelbase than go taller with the BB . Mine is 360 mm. My last bike had a 60 mm lower BB which resulted in some pedal strikes. I'm certain I lack the finite talent to differentiate between BB hights . I don't really feel more stable with low BB . But a longer wheel base is definitely more stable.
As for tight corners. Lock up the front end and swing around the rear tire. This can be done on very steep terrain. Perhaps rely on skill for cornering . Want to corner faster with confidence? Find a dirt pumptrack. There is one beside the PNE . Want to go scary freaking fast on corners go to a paved pumptrack . Want to talk about cornering fast ? Talk about short wheelbase bikes. In the real world . Practice with what you have.
Finally : I'm so glad the conversation has migrated from how light a part can be to how durable a part should be.