Thanks to Fred for posting this... I feel like I'm lying naked on the operating table and all my friends are walking by.... Anyway, we were sailing too hot trying to make the point. I could have headed down a bit, but instead of forcing it, I should have jibed back and taken down the spinnaker to make the point.
When we stuffed the leeward ama, the boat jacked up and almost stopped. When that happened, the apparent wind increased from about 10kts to 25+kts. The main is what ended up pushing us over, that's why we were so down in the stern when we went over. The mainsheet and traveler were blown. The end of the boom was in the water and the main would not go out further.
Pictures in sequence along with righting video and more pics can be found here: