Why not just look at the preview yourself and make your own opinion?
My experience is that at high numbers (maybe 90 and above, depends on
the image), every little change means a big change in file size but a
little visible change in the image. On the other hand, at low numbers,
say 50 or lower, this also depends on the image, every little change
means a big change in image quality but only a little change in file
size. Just fiddle with the numbers yourself, looking at the preview at
a reasonable zoom level, and you will get close to the optimal
compromise between file size and image quality.
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