I have minimal input as I have only set-up three times so far at the lake. Last Sunday I was able to be on the lake in 55-minutes breaking the 1-hour limit. I still think I wasted at least 10 minutes with my double doing some tasks. I can pack down in 40-45 minutes. Here are the few items that I think have saved time so far.
Have a hard copy list of all steps. This will allow the crew that is unfamiliar with the steps to grab any task and go.
Have an experienced crew to help reduce tasks almost in half! My crew is my 15-yr old son who has only done this 3 times, but is getting the hang of looking around to see what is remaining to be done.
Leave the SE full width.
Leave rudders on.
Leave all standing rigging attched to the boat. I only remove the bridle pins at the furler. I bungee bridles to the dolphin stiker.
Weave stays and trapeze wires through the wing lacing a few times. Thanks to Matt Miller on his rigging video!!!
I have a full 8' width tramp bag with 4 sections. After drying everything from sailing, I repack the trampoline bag. This holds 3-4 wetsuits, 3 harnesses, extra line, dock lines, righting bag, camera, and a few spare parts. All I need to do is throw bag onto boat and lash down.
I also contain everything in three bins plus motor. Therefore, I do not need to search for anything.
I hope this helps, but most everyone probably already knew these short cuts and I am looking forward to learning more.