Is that video from yesterday?
I went out there yesterday, to see if it was still surfable. First drove up to the competition hole and there were 2 SUP enthusiasts at the hole. One was struggling to ride the hole, the other getting on the wave and surfing pretty much every time on his HALA inflatable board, surfing the hole and some of the right side wave sweet spot. At 300 to 550 cfs, for me, this top hole/wave was doable but a lot of work, i.e. knees way bent and using the paddle all the time. It is way easier now and not quite as much work @ 200cfs, I had no problem riding this wave/hole yesterday with either board.
Next - down to library wave. Started out on my custom low volume short SUP and could not get on the wave. Broke out the MVP 7'6", no problem getting on the wave, but small face and have to be pretty gentle or you get kicked out. Really just good practice on getting on a difficult small wave at this volume.
I think the supercharger should be able to surf that top hole and maybe get on the library wave. Yesterday was great because the afternoon rains kept the tubers down to zero
I do not know any tricks at this point, so for me the action is to get on different waves and be able to front surf for a while. Generally, after you are on the wave - it is pretty easy to straight up front surf. Being able to move from one side of the wave is a more advanced skill and may get you pushed off the wave.