Re: High bite point on clutch
low biting point would suggest air in the hydraulics (bascially low bite shows the clutch plate isnt getting moved very far when you press pedal). the biting point should not change at all due to wear, right up until the plate slips compeltely, and even then the biting point would be in the same place if it was able to bite.
it can feel different on every car. there is natrual variability in the clearance and positioning of parts so you will notice a difference. i've driven a few 156's and they all felt very different.