More evidence for East Germanic peoples having higher I1 than R1b, unlike West Germanic peoples who have higher R1b, is the high I1 : R1b-U106 ratio in the Balkans. Put together with the geographic distribution of apparently Germanic Y-DNA in Iberia that you mention, and it is striking how much more Germanic Y-DNA the Suebi (and Franks?) seem to have introduced than the Goths (and Vandals?).
Using I2a-Din is an interesting trick to untangle the non-Germanic Y-DNA that was nonetheless introduced by the Visigoths, but can you get a number out of that? The I2a-Din in Iberia, even though samples exist, must be in the ~1% range, if that. I also doubt I2a-Din had finished expanding in Southeastern Europe by the time the Visigoths settled in Iberia, so using the I2a-Din figure is likely to give too low a number if we assume that I2a-Din frequencies were similar then to what they are now. So I'm not sure at this time how we can extract total the Y-DNA impact (Germanic and non-Germanic) of the Visigoths.