I think this is where our discussion could get 'too simple'.
We do GET some heel on a windy day and that's when we want to reduce it.
We MAY induce some heel on a light day - e.g. to help sails
keep the desired shape.
Both boats are heeling now, but not both for the same reason.
Also, the "desired" heel angle of X degrees - mind the exact amount has been built into the design, in the reverse order though: as the designer
knows a boat propelled by wind
WILL heel, they draw the hull
and rig so that at this X heel angle the boat performs best.
BTW Many will note that with a competitive cat the situation is reversed - getting somewhat MORE heel SOONER is desired to outperform a boat NOT flying the hull
Just pointers. We are best off discussing only one design at a time.