You are correct Jyoder.
In fact racefoils somewhat seek this trim, and many freeride foils are close to this also, so you dont need more front foot pressure, at least insignificant, can not feel it on my foils really.
But there still have to be some stability for most riders, so a compromise is usually best.
As you can see one can ride without a stabilizer at all, and here you have "negative" stability too because of the wing pitching moment, but because of the lever from the longer mast and our muscle memory we can still ride.
It is all a tradeoff and you can choose any "spot" between or at too much stability and too much instability, personal preference only, but most want just a tad stability so it is close to neutral and still easy to ride
Fast competition model gliders are always designed with this fully neutral trim you talk about though, so CG quite rear quite opposite to "aviation" planes, thus being able to ride at insane speeds or normal speeds in a straight line without needing pilot input or trim changes, and you can obtain the fastest speeds still having control this way.