Florida home insurance companies are now implementing minimum premium requirements. This means that some people can not save money with a wind mit even though they qualify for discounts on the 1802 form. This will be the end of the wind mits in Florida as we know it now.
Example from today: 2006 home, hip roof, wraps, C deck attachment and all glazed impact rated. The wind mit did not help them with their rates.
In all fairness, it was a 2006 house, and they were getting a decent rate, IMHO. In the past the hip roof would have saved them some money as far as I can tell. We have had it happen on other older homes also.
If you do only wind mits you may want to make other plans.