Yeah...when I dropped the pitch on my Tige 23V it degraded the starboard side wave. Currently, in order to maintain a clean wave on the starboard side I must turn a slight arc to that side. Prior to changing the prop, this turning wasn't necessary.
Interestingly enough, the port side wave IMPROVED slightly with the change in the prop pitch.
NOW...my concept of the perfect wave is possibly different than some folks. I like a wave height of 3-4 feet from the bottom of the trough to the peak of the lip and a usable pocket length of 20+ feet. "Usable pocket" being defined as from the END of the swim platform to the start of the curl at the trailing edge. Further, the transition needs to be "not too steep". IMO, itís easy to overweight a boat and wind up with a wave that is incredibly high, but so steep that you slide out setting up for a hard bottom turn...or when you re-enter from an aerial and scoot into the flats, itís almost impossible to catch back up to the wave.