I had to keep experimenting with my line length. For my system, 34ºF (I like my lagers cold) and 13-14psi, I finally ended up using 15 feet of 3/16 beverage line and I now have a nicely balanced system. I would start with a length that you think is too long, and if it is too long, trim it down. Kind of hard to go in the opposite direction.
I would also echo a previous poster's comment of carbonating at your serving pressure. Of course it takes longer (1 week?) but things just seem to work better and balance easier. YMMV
One other thing, each beer is different. I have 4 beers on tap right now and all set at the same pressure since I only have one regulator. I have two ales that hardly have any head, a porter that has the prettiest head you could ask for, and a CAP which pours foamy for the first pour and a just a touch too much foam but acceptable for the subsequent pours. I guess my point is you may get it dialed in for one beer and then have a "problem" with the next beer.