The finite-dimensional convex bodies topic belongs to the combinatorial geometry. The direction below has a bit more of an algebraic flavor. Let me/us know if some or all of the notions below are already known (and I apologize for my ignorance).

Let the input convex bodies in $\ A\subseteq \mathbb R^n\ $ have Lebesgue measure $1,\ |A|=1.\ $ For two of them, $\ A\ $ and $\ B,\ $ let $\ A+B\ $ be the Minkowski sum of them. Then

$$ m(A\ B)\ =\ \frac{|A+B|}{2^n} - 1 $$

is called the misfit of $\ A\ $ and $\ B.\ $ It's only natural that the misfit $\ m(A\ A)\ $ of a body with itself is zero.

Next, let $\ \mathcal G\ $ (a caligraphic $G$) be a group of isometries of $\ \mathbb R^n\ $ (it'll be enough to consider subgroups of linear isometries $\ O(n)).\ $ Then the misfit over $\ \mathcal G\ $ is defined by

$$ m_\mathcal G(A\ B)\ :=\ \inf_{G\in\mathcal G} m(G(A)\ B) $$

Obviously, $ m_\mathcal G(A\ B)\ =\ m_\mathcal G(B\ A),\ $ and it's well-known that the $\inf$ is reached by a certain $ \ G\in\mathcal G.$

Finally, let $\ A'\ :=\ \{(-x_1\ x_2\ \ldots x_n)\ :\ (x_1\ \ldots\ x_n)\in A\} $ be a mirror reflection of $\ A.$

QUESTIONS:

Compute (or estimate) the worst misfit $\quad M_n\ :=\ sup_{_{A\ B\subseteq \mathbb R^n}}\ m_{O(n)}(A\ B); $

Find $\ A\ B\subseteq \mathbb R^n\ $ such that $\ m_{O(n)}(A\ B)\ =\ M_n; $

Compute (or estimate) the worst oriented misfit $\quad S_n\ :=\ sup_{_{A\ B\subseteq \mathbb R^n}}\ m_{SO(n)}(A\ B); $

Find $\ A\ B\subseteq \mathbb R^n\ $ such that $\ m_{SO(n)}(A\ B)\ =\ S_n; $

Compute (or estimate) the worst mirror misfit $\quad Q_n\ :=\ sup_{_{A\subseteq \mathbb R^n}}\ m_{SO(n)}(A\ A'); $

Find the worst mirror misfit $\ A\subseteq \mathbb R^n\ $ such that $\ m_{SO(n)}(A\ A')\ =\ Q_n; $

Is the right-angled half of the equilateral triangle, of area $1,\ $ an example of the worst mirror misfit in $\ R^2\, ?$

It'd be nice to compare the known misfit related searches, e.g. by @Wlodek Kuperberg, with the present note.

EDIT

Ivan has destroyed my *questions* $1-4$. Questions $5-7$ still seem to make sense.

I'll provide modified *questions* $1-7$ in a different note (it'd be confusing to mix them here).

affine misfit. $\endgroup$ – Wlodek Kuperberg Jun 7 '18 at 22:44