In our sport the shorthand is to use wing loading to equalize across different pilot/wing sizes. So, a 113kg AUW pilot on a 24m wing can expect roughly the same behavior as a 80kg AUW pilot on a 17m wing. They both have a wing loading of 4.7.
My question for you guys that exist in a community of pilots is, "What are the differences?"
I'd guess the smaller wing/pilot has an easier time getting his wing moving for something like a misty flip. Maybe the bigger pilot find the wing's mass gives him more time to catch a surge? I'm guessing though.
Is there a consensus on how the experience differs even when the wing loadings are the same?