What a coincidence that you would post on this thread today. It's been years since i started this thread, and I've had plenty of time to sort out my wake. Here are my findings:
First thing, make sure you're running the ACME 1235 prop. Fill up your factory ballast system full, fill an integrated nose sac under the bow seats, and tube sac in the ski locker at all times. From there, if you have 6-11 people riding in the boat while you're riding, you're all set... you may need one or two in the bow depending on how many. And using your center seat turned around for spectators, get the heaviest people sitting on that. If you roll with 5 or less, clear your floor space and fill a big fat sac in the center of the floor. I use a fly high 1100 lbs jumbo sac, which fits flush, just takes a little while to fill up. The key with this boat is mid and bow weight with less stern wake. It also performs best when your weight is centered from side to side. I find that it helps the wake clean up better after the rider cuts out. And of course, the lower you get the weight the better. By that I mean, make sure you're utilzing the tube sac and nose sac and other sub floor storage space for weight before you go adding extra weight above the floor. Use the hydrogate lever forward only to plane out, once planed out always have it pulled back. Typically with these settings I've got the pp set at 23.7 - 24 mph using a 78 ft line. If you want to ride slower, just shorten your line a bit and lighten it up.