I always take pride in occupying the actual ramp area for like seconds. Any fiddling, strapping, packing ect should be done out of the way. The most annoying guy has the backing down mastered. He gets to the waters edge where he BEGINS to organise gear, unstrap, ect. Many minutes wasted. The ramp is sacred ground and no man should spend extra time there.
Oh man this drives me NUTS! Nothing like waiting in line at a busy ramp, getting my boat prepped to launch in the process, then the guy ahead of me backs down to the top of the ramp, then gets out and proceeds to spend 15 minutes attaching fenders, loading the boat with coolers and gear, explaining the process to his crew etc. Its no crime to be inexperienced or even slow while launching, but wasting my time because you're too lazy or stupid to make sure everything is ready ahead of time just drives me up a wall.