It sure helps and makes a lot of sense. The Carve 111 is my board of choice now.
I asked around and most have sub-100 liters to handle the bad chop around here. We call it Stucco, not Voodoo, but I guess it is the same uneven and disorganized water state. Since I have for the kids a Starsurfer S, (115l but a much slower planner that it's sucessor, the Kode Tufskin), the Carve 111 could probably wait for another year and I could buy something smaller instead.
I guess the Kode 94 would be a nice smaller companion to the Carve. The rec sail size is 4.5-6.5. Can I use the same reasoning and hope to use it between 4.0 and 6.5 if I pump it in lower winds? Actual sails would be 4.2, 5.2 and 6.0...