Yes, I liked the wet
But, a few things that can help.....
Get a fog mask if you can. I use the Shoei one, it works amazing, worth every cent I paid for it many times over. I think they call it the 'breath mask'. No, not those mints I carry
If not, duct tape across your helmet to keep your breat away from the visor.
Also, another reason to have a new/mint visor to begin with.
Bring extra clothing!
Extra socks, t-shirts, boots and gloves if you have them. hats, umbrellas, tents, anything to keep you and your helpers dry is mint.
A water-proof jacket and pants that fit over your leathers is grand. If you use a suit, make sure mobility isn't an issue, because getting off the bike to keep it upright coming out of turns is worthwhile.
Old worn out ones will bite you. Ones with minimal grooves aren't much good either! If I wasn't going to set a record, or win a big prize, and could afford only 1 set, I'd grab the ones that are good int the wet and dry, as I wouldn't be able to over ride them in the dry anyway.
If you're warm and can see, the next part is to relax. The only way to get good in the rain, to get comfortable, is to do laps. The more the merrier.
Besides, if you're stressed, you're not having fun, and it's too much money not to have fun
Yes, a slight softening of the suspension is good, but maybe confer with one of your mentors, or one of the friendly pros, before changing you rocket into a plush couch! Too soft isn't good either, and suspension that bottoms out can be worse the hard settings from the dry.
Practice makes perfect.