Hi Everyone, As I've posted before, the majority of my sunfish racing is on small NE + midwest lakes with light/flukey summer breeze. Most afternoon breezes build to 8-10 knots but, more often than not, we're racing in unpredictable 4-7 knot breeze. Yes, it's as much fun as it sounds... That said, it's been a while since anyone has posted tuning/handling strategy for these conditions. Beyond the standard tuning guide advice (power up sail with halyard and gooseneck adjustments, etc) would be curious if anyone has personalized strategies that have worked for them? Some of my thoughts that haven't been fully tested: -Going with less (or an older, smaller) centerboard -Cautious not to oversheet (boom never within the back corners of the transom) -Heeling to leward (vs sailing it flat) -Running by the lee -Playing every puff (sail + course) vs minimizing rudder movement and flow disruption No practice too absurd - let's hear it!