MAX, I'll suggest it to the skunkworks folks
We have the sail, the fins and raw gravity to help us mount the wave - but taking control of it to avoid a sub ride (or pitchpole) is usually the problem. In open water, when the waves are coming every 5 -13 seconds, from more than one direction, it becomes a real fun dance.
Frankly, once the swells are over 2 feet, all AI's want to dive anyway. At that point, how we attack the wave and trim the sail makes all the difference.
I try to never forget that we are the heaviest things on our boats. Some of us weigh twice what an AI weighs. And our weight is higher, giving it greater influence over the boats balance. Just leaning and shifting around the cockpit makes a difference. (Being a surfer all my life it's just natural for me to want to move around in swells).
As we experimented with rear-seating platforms here, we noticed much better nose behavior in the downwind runs. Shifting weight to a combo of WW Aka and rear seat worked best in flat water and following/quartering seas.
I watch outrigger sailing canoes shredding surf using the same techniques.