Let me guess...
Spinning propellor bowtie? Downwind tip sand-dive? Collapse and Taco?
As for lite wind, we usually just sit on the beach and bullshit if it's too light. Or I make sandcastles with my kids.
You may have gone out when the tide was flooding, so it may feel windy enough, but with the tide, you'll get flushed. If you do get flushed, make sure you don't come in at the kiddie pool (where the beginning windsurfers are uphauling or the kids are splashing around).
It's a little ways down, but get out at Lil Baja launch, self land your kite and hike back into the access.
Yesterday was the perfect Sherman day. Warm fresh water, ebb tide, warm wind, swells if you wanted or butter flat water, lit up riding and phat air!
Yeah, I got my F-Arc from Traig. He's a good guy and I can second everything he has said about the Arcs. I also ride inflatables, but spend most my time on the F.
Look me up next time you're out. I get out usually 2x a week. Once in the middle and once on the weekend. I'll help you with launching and landing.
p.s. My kitebuddies are cool, they don't discriminate against me just because my kite looks funky!