Hi Larry these are good drawing. WD
these are good as reference but from my experience tuning changes from boat to boat. I am now racing A V6 designed by Ian Vickers and built in Spain and she is completely different from my previous boat a TS2. Granted the hull shape are radically different too.
I found that by first having no kicker, no cunni and no mast ram I tension the backstay and sheet in. I look at the twist on the jib and main (worth remembering that the leech will open a bit more on the water then ashore) and based on what I see I adjust the mast ram, cunni and kicker in that order and rarely change the mast rake. One other one I use is the shroud tension as I tend to loosen them in really light wind.
Other elements impacting tuning are wind and water conditions : I mean is the wind variable or constant throughout the race area and is the water choppy or flat. These will impact on whether you have flat sails or put more depth.
The type of mast and sail cut also impact on the tuning. So because of so many elements impact tuning I rely a lot on my eyes for sail shape and feel when the boat is in the water to know what to change. So not easy to explain on an email but your drawing are a good start and a good visual aid.