Glad to hear the suggestions have helped with your spin out issues.
Keep working on getting comfortable (comfortable is fast!!!!!) on the
smaller narrower Carve 111, and you will be able to take these skills
on to your Isonic 94.
I just had my new 2010 iSonic 94 out with a 4 cam 6.2 Sailworks NX slalom last weekend.
What a wicked fast little board!
Took me a while to get the tuning on the rig to suit the board, and I pushed a 29 cm
weed fin loose a few times (in 20 knots of wind and 1/2 meter chop) but overall, it was
fast and I was getting comfortable.
You will like the iSonic 94!