I appreciate it. I have 20X10" wheels with 33x11.5" tires. Confirmed the -24 offset, no spacers. They stick out the fenders about 2", just right for that more aggressive look I was looking for but not too much to throw off the stock suspension/handling.
When ordering the wheels and tires I originally wanted 12" wide tires on the 10" wide wheels which my buddy has on his Chevy 2500 but I just don't have quite the same amount of space and I believe he trimmed his front bumper. So the tire guy thankfully talked me out down to the 11" which is perfect with no rub (after my slight mods) however I forgot to change the wheel width so my sidewall is more flush to the outside of the wheel that I'd prefer. I've scratched it on a curb once or twice. If I were to redo this I'd go with the 11" tire on a 9" wheel to give a more balloon to the sidewall to protect the wheel better.
I've looked on Custom Offsets Gallery for setup ideas too. I'm with you though, I'd love to get another inch or two of height but there's sacrifice and/or much more cost to do it right.