The 2008 Rise kite has a bridle system on the front which hangs off the kite with a floating front pulley. Your front lines larks head onto this pulley. Your back lines attach directly to the end of the rear line attachments which hang independently off the wing tips of the kite.
However, as you mention there are a couple rigging options you can play with:
1) Front of the kite - follow the Pulley line up to the kite where it attaches closest to the trailing edge of the kite (away from the middle). Here, where it attaches to the kite you will see that there are 2 options to attach the end of this line to the kite.
* Furthest forward = best up wind, higher bar pressure and more depower
* Furthest back = deeper in the window, lower bar pressure, less finicky bar to find the “sweet” spot in for power
2) Back of the kite - your rear lines attach to an extension hanging off the wing tips. You will see that this line can be removed and re-looped through 1 of 2 possible locations.
* Furthest forward = slower turning but less prone to stalling.
* furthest back = fastest turning but more prone to stalling.
Practically speaking I suggest you always use the forward setting on the front line options. If, however, you are more into wake style or wave style riding consider using the back of these 2.
As for the back line options, I would always use the furthest back (fastest turning) option for all kites with the exception possibly of your 6m which will be fast enough turning and could benefit from less stall inducing pull on such a small kite.
Hope this helps.
John Z - OR