Like many "performance" options & adjustments, this is another case where results come primarily from a change in compromises - gains in one area result in losses elsewhere.
SVT/ST170 was tuned for added power at high rpm, but it also added tech. to improve power across the operating range. Cam timing is a compromise to not favor one end over the other excessively.
Changing timing to favor 'low end pull" is going to reduce power higher in the rev range where more power is produced overall. It's more common to adjust to favor the high rpm end to gain in maximum power available at the cost of some low rpm grunt. (race vs. street)
For your acceleration interests, you'd gain off the line and loose once you get into the high rpm band - the spot you'd be keeping it with each shift once you'd reached it. Short shifting to use low rpm torque isn't generally best for small 4 cyl. engines that could make more power at higher rpm when tuned for that.
You'd probably gain the most by tuning for top end power, just remember that it'll make getting off the line harder than it is now.