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Joel I think the issue isn't your choice of cycle, it might be the load composition or just nature of the beast with washing machines. I think the damp drying(spin) cycle inherently has a problem of being too "rough". All of my clothes regardless of fabric type come out wrinkled as well. There is just not a light tumble or light spin.
The differences will come in the drying cycle but for starters, I would treat the clothes on the handwash/gentle cycle which can be found with the hand shape on the dial.
I took a second to look up your manual for use http://www.electrolux-ui.com:8080/2007/132/975730en.pdf
page 36 has the choices on that PDF.
If you are able to stop the machine itself midcycle I would recommend doing that after the last rinse, before the final spin. Although a hassel, I would remove them, give them a manual "snap" in the air to free them of binding from themselves then replace them into the washer, laying them out flat and smooth, this way the spin cycle will only spin them down, not spin them crumpled up.
I would do the same thing for however you plan to dry them. Take them out, snap and reset, then spin gently to dry.