But at least it gives us the idea! The peg position you illustrate is a classic (albeit somewhat mild) drag racing position, and terrible on the street. You would lose most of the support from your feet, throwing it onto your hands. I have been in the situation where someone of roughly your stature installed very low bars and wanted the pegs positioned such that he was comfortable but would still give sufficient cornering clearance, and after three tries I was forced to tell him either he used higher bars or I couldn't be of any help. I hope this is not the case with you, but suspect it may be.
Here is a photo of the c-clamp setup: obviously, you can't stand on them, but it will give you a better idea of where the pegs need to be.
Make sure the swingarm clears the clamps and they don't interfere with any controls, and tape the handle to prevent loosening the clamp with your feet. It will be evident within a couple hundred feet of riding what effect the peg position will have, so it only takes 5 minutes or so to find the right placement -- as long as it's within the range provided by the stock peg brackets.
Normally, in order to maintain balance for someone with long legs I have to place the pegs lower, especially with under the triple clip ons, but this sacrifices cornering clearance.
Incidentally, riding with your toes on the pegs does not change the mean thrust center -- your weight is still placed on the pegs, so it does not give you any idea how mounting them further back will do, which the clamp method will.
Have fun with your experiments, and post the measurements you came up with, and I'll tell you how to make your own rearsets with a bench vice, hacksaw, hand drill, some files, and lots of elbow grease. I usually costs less than $100.