ON all the 00/20 series machines the setting we ran were pretty much the same. Cylinder speed just below cracking.
Beans: Cylinder 550-650, Concave 5-6, Fan 900-1000. In beans just run the cylinder fast/tight enough to break open the pods without cracking beans....if the pods won't open, WAIT.
Corn: Cylinder 350-400, Concave 11-13, Fan 900-1000. In corn, run the cylinder fast/tight enough to get all the kernels off without breaking up the cobs. If you are breaking the cobs all up, open the concave.
Chaffer, closed enough to keep trash off the sieve. Sieve, open....Golly I can set one just looking but measurement?? The only change I make between corn/beans is I open the chaffer (deep tooth) about 1/8" in corn.
I leave the throat chain in low speed (set for corn). Leave the lower drum up (set for corn) Leave the fillers in, and leave the back of the concave open (set for corn). I've never had an issue combining soybeans with those settings.
These combines were really VERY easy to set (at least in corn and beans)...pay attention to a few basics and they will pretty much perform across all varieties. Prima Donnas they aren't.