Good Onya Stringy..
You're not beat mate , its not even about getting beat, your just getting started thats all.
This looked like a real dinky-di test to me which was about getting some good oil on your new rig.
I think the trouble with these little buggers is that the wind just tips us all about without moving things along as much as we'd like.
I installed my sidekicks to hopefully stay right side up long enough to be able to sail in faster wind with a stiffer mast and boombatten and then built a larger sailing rudder to help us hold a better course.
Sailing at first without any sidekicks on, in decent wind, I felt like the bloody thing was gonna roll over like a brown-eyed mullet floating in a swamped dunny.
Holy dooley it was easier and faster to take the sail down and just pedal the bloody thing around.
The new sidekicks made it possible to handle more wind with no drama.
You have twice the sail power as most of us do so you will probably want to consider some windbags too so you can sort it all out without looking like you got the wobbly boot on again.
You're going to be as busy as a cat burying S#!T out there with your two sails so why fuss about going upside down and have to make constant sail trim adjustments every time the wind kicks up or changes a bit?
Anyway Im sure you'll get it all sorted out no worries..!!