You got your opinion grigorib, but I think you are wrong, very wrong....
Board size means so much you wont believe it, in terms of riding in marginal winds or with smaller kites
Regarding the wing on the picture, yes it is one of my smaller racelike wings on a day with lots of wind (and jumping), but remember I got 5 wings and use the big ones +800 and 1000 cm2 when really light.
But having a faster wing AND being able to start with the right board, is a great sensation and will often push your lowend because of the apparent wind where you blast through lulls, but that is another topic.
I dont like racing in any way myself - and raceboards are seriously another world and NOT good for our freeride lightwind use.
Being heavier means you push the marginal wind range a few knots up, so for a heavy rider a marginal wind board for medium weights is perfect in light wind for heavier riders
Especially with LEI kites, board size means even more as you can not get the diving/looping peak power to pull you up, but the right board will still push your lowend even further also with foilkites.
If you honestly think a really big wing only, will work, I say your are so wrong you wont believe it, and you miss out a lot
A "SUP" like board is no fun, as it is heavy and clumsy in maneuvers, and for jumping they are useless too.
I have borrowed and tried many lightwind boards, but they all got some disadvantages.
Either too big and clumsy, or too heavy, or not really pushing the low end (like raceboards)
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and what they like, but the board plays a huge role in terms of light and marginal wind riding both with huge wings and smaller wings, believe me.
I just read your post in the other thread now, and am almost about to ask "what is wrong with you" ???
I have never made any claims about it being easy to travel with, I wanted to share some joy and real life experiences with everybody, thats the idea, having searched and pushed the low end for many years both with kites and wings and boards.
Also, low weight and stiffness is key to starting and pumping in low winds, and feeling small in maneuvers, everybody knows this, so the raceboardstyle build is of course the very best (but for some reason you also say this is wrong...)
I wont comment more on such a post, as it makes no sense apart from seeming like a personal attack, where you for some reason deliberately attack everything also what others have experienced themeselves.
So I wont waste more time on that