So...whats the secret for pointing and not having a digusting tacking angle? Sailing back thru my cove (about 3 miles long) back to to launch site...the wind loves to typically shift around (once off the main lake) and come straight in or out of the cove, funneled by the parallel shore lines. Wind behind.....scoot right back. Wind on the nose, tacking forever, seemingly just going side to side with minimal upwind progress. My custom 52" daggerbaord doesn't seem to help, so back to the glass board for overall better performance and ease at shallow shorelines. I do my best to take advantage of wind angles where it might shift along an uneven shore line or fingers in the cove.