Steve, having a wing slightly lower (right wing in our
case) keeps the mostly westerly winds from getting underneath the
wing and lifting it. You would not want to have an excessive
amount of wing down as you mention below.
On the subject of one wing down, with the 2-33 tail on a stand
there would be all of the weight on one side of the fuselage
rather than balanced equally. I’m not a fan of that.