Non-Spin A may look overcrowded but only 9 of 19 boats appear to be racing regularly; several boats have only made 1 or 2 races & the heavier cruisers may leave the lake as summer approaches or simply not want to race in consistent light air. I think a less than 184 break would keep the class active & competitive. Non-Spin B definitely needs more active boats but to send lighter & dry sailed boats to the class may just kill incentive for the heavier/older boat skippers. That is an area to recruit new participants & we might think about giving certain heavy, non-racing boats a waiver to allow them in that class albeit with their current GYA rating (just my thoughts).
I think it best to eliminate Spin Class C & break A & B at 105 & under.