Well you sure picked a nice boat for it. Starting out if you just started jumping, I wouldn't worry too much about ballast setup or anything like that yet. Work on your technique and some basics. You don't need a huge wake to do a lot, it does help, but technique is the main part.
What length of line are you running and at what speed? Don't be afraid to ride shorter and at slower speeds while you are learning.
About the boat setup though, I would fill the center tank and adjust the trim plate up. Drive it to see if you are porpoising at wakeboard speed, if not you're good, if you are, lower it until you're not. This will make sure you have the maximum sized wake with your stock setup and keep proper handling of the boat.
Not sure on the specifics of that board and bindings, but here's some general info. Jump straight up in the air and land. Take note of how wide your feet are the angle they are at, slightly wider than shoulder width apart. This is generally how you will want your bindings. Try to make sure they are toed out equally. This will make switch riding easier.