The kicker is too tall, I'd take it down to about half that size. Also, the tranny from the drop in to the flat and the flat to the kicker are too steep. Mellow that shit out a little more to hold your speed.
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As others have pointed out, your tranny from flat to jump is bad. It it going to cause you problems when you ski in and, even if you get used to it, it will make it weird when you start hitting normal jumps.
Here's the deal. In the background of your photo you have a bunch of piles of dirt. Get rid of the jump part of your setup, and instead make it out of dirt. It is so much easier to change the jump if it is made out of dirt. Get the contour right, lay down some plastic and then your turf, and your set. If it isn't right, pull up the turf and plastic and take a rake to it again. It's not like that setup is going to be portable.
To anyone building a summer setup, I would say use dirt wherever possible. It won't rot or break, and it's easier to make changes. If you build out of wood and you don't like it, you basically have to tear it apart and start over. That's just extra time, money and hassle. Last time I checked, dirt is still cheaper than wood too.