If we're pitching too quickly, and frequency is the problem, we start spreading the crew, slowing the frequency and allowing the flow to stay attached to the sails. At the same time, we're trying to lower our center of gravity. Upwind, we have the jib trimmer, Debbie, lying on her on the cockpit floor, with her head back around where the rudder post is, looking straight up at the jib, which is a pretty comfortable position compared to the standard jib position on the floor just aft of the cuddy. Meanwhile, Carrie, the middle crew, who does a lot of the tactics, lies on the deck or on the cockpit floor. For Sally, the skipper, the choice is usually to sit either on the side deck, which isn't great in terms of lowering the center of gravity, or on the cockpit floor, which doesn't give her a great visibility. Because the class rules require that each boat carry a bucket, the third option is to put the bucket on the cockpit floor and have Sally sit on it, which gets her weight lower but still allows her to see.