If you're modding suspension, consensus seems to be to pass on EDC since it just adds cost and complexity, the benefits of which you may be eliminating anyway and may have to spend more money and effort to work around with the mods.
You drove your E90 in Sport EDC full time? Wow, I tried that a few times on public roads and it made the car so harsh I couldn't stand to be in it -- granted I'm on stock suspension but somehow I doubt your mods made the ride in Sport softer. I use Comfort for driving around town and Normal for back roads and the track, especially since the upper range of Normal's adaptive range is actually FIRMER than Sport, so it can be tougher than Sport when needed. Even though I couldn't stand to be in Sport on regular roads, I have to admit I was impressed at how wide the ride feel range was in a single car.
'16 Cayman GT4 (delivery pics
Gone but not forgotten:
'11.75 M3 E92 Le Mans | Black Nov w/ Alum | 6MT (owned 5/2011 - 11/2015)