I would recommend you start with the default settings in the program, and modify your program to fit your needs and desired set-up. That way you'll learn the system as you go.
When I've helped pilots at events that are new to V-Bar, who aren't satisfied with the way the system is flying, the problem is often that the pilot hasn't taken the time to learn the program, didn't start with the default settings, and just copied a file in an attempt to short cut the learning curve.
The problem is, if you don't understand the program, you have no idea what your getting in the copied file. So, start with the default and go from there.