All the info you've given us really means nothing.
The 2 ways to truly tell if a WDH is "dialed in" is:
1. Measure the front fender fender height of the truck with nothing hitched, measure it again with the trailer hitched but w/o WDH engaged and then measure it again with the WDH engaged. With the last measurement, the front fender should return within 1/2 it's unhitched height and the trailer should be level.
2. Take it to a CAT scale and weigh 3 times getting the axle weights each time. Weigh just the truck, then the truck & trailer w/o WDH engaged, and then weigh the truck & trailer with the WDH engaged. Your last weigh in should return 1/2 to all of the weight taken off of the front axle during the 2nd weigh in from the first. Again, when the hitch is engaged, the trailer should be totally level.
Also, don't worry too much about "squat" in the rear of the truck. It's supposed to do that when there is weight in the bed.
2017 Forest River Surveyor 247BHDS...
...Tugged by a 2016 F250 XLT FX4 SuperCrew, Shortbed 6.2L, 4wd, 3.73...
...Joined with a Husky Centerline TS 800-1200lbs WDH