I just noticed something odd. Head to the PD Velocity page.
Follow the Velocity Flight Characteristics link. You'll see some wing loading recommendations:
Size does matter:
… [a Velocity] can be loaded as lightly as 1.0 pounds per square foot …
So what size is best for you?
… as long as you’re above a minimum of 1.0 pounds per square foot. …
All right, so the PD Velocity needs to be loaded above 1.0 lb/ft2. I would have guessed higher.
Now, follow the Manual link. You'll get an undated Ram-Air Parachute Owner's Manual. Scroll to "Picking The Right Canopy" on page 14. This section includes the statement:
Performance Designs does not recommend that anyone jump a canopy that will result in the wing loading exceeding 1.0 lb./sq.ft.
All right, so PD does not recommend anything to be loaded above 1.0 lb/ft2.
So… er… no one should jump a Velocity?