That was just main and jib, the "screecher" was furled.
The boat is very easily overpowered. Of course, you can change clew positions and set up for the expected winds. As usual, I set up for light winds/maximum power and then found the gusts to be stronger than expected. I just had to go through a quick on the water learning curve of how to set it back down before it would go over. Quickly bearing off seemed to do the trick.
I came in and changed clew positions and put on some cunningham to depower the main as much as I could. Better, but still overpowered unless you undersheeted.
With two people you can stay flatter (obviously) and therefore go faster. We put out the screecher in just 12 to 15 MPH winds on Friday and absolutely ripped. Here's some footage, with a bit of humor added:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utLdiBaao3k
It's a good, fast, boat, but I'm not selling the TI.