I know this is building and repair, but there must be some pretty seasoned sailors in the forum. If I am not out of line, here's the question. If I am sailing jib and mizzen (even main sometimes) in light air, (even though every glass boat around me is doing fine) and attempt to come about, she will get almost there, then no matter what you do, she will turn back to where she was. This weekend we took some "sloopers" with us (very experienced) and watched them get very very frustrated. By the way, the mizzen is as large as the jib. What are we not doing? the boat is 45', but only draws 3'9" (bluenose hull) built in Lunnenburg, and of course in any real wind, flies in any direction with absolutely no problem. PS: Reading the forum all winter enabled us to do an entire interior refit while in the water (rib to rib), so we are finally enjoying the fruits of our labor.