I got demo's of the 135 and 125 racquets. The 135 was too much for my game, everything flew long .The tighter string pattern on the 125 seems to fit my ground strokes better. The amount of spin I get is very good, and the extra kick on my serve is great. Since playing with the 125, if I try to hit with my Prince 107T racquets, they just seem dead -- and they were much better than the Wilson's I played with for many years. I'm a 4.0 player, and on my team there are three other players who play with the Weed racquets, although I'm the only one with the 125. When I do my part by taking a controlled stroke, the Weed delivers.
I've played the Weed 125 Tour for about a year now and have become a believer. It is hybrid strung with Luxilon ALU Power Spin (at 52 lbs) on the mains and Wilson Euro 17 ga (at 50 lbs) on the crosses The combination gives awesome spin potential, great power on ground strokes and a nice feel on volleys. It is an outstanding serving frame, getting super over-the-top leverage for extra pop. This frame takes a little time to "tame", but the time involved will be rewarded with a really good all-around racquet that delivers both power and control.
I just played the first 8 sets with the 125 Tour and find it to be a worthy upgrade for my 3.5 game. For serving, net play and ground strokes, it displays good power and unexpected control. I had it stung with two different Luxilon ALU power strings- the mains at 52lbs and the crosses at 50lbs. It has a large and easily accessible sweet spot and I don't feel significant torque on off center shots. I've played with the 125 EX and I like this one better. It has better feel and control and the inch of extra length adds more pop to serves. My only complaint is that it tends to be a bit buzzy, even with a string dampener. I'm sure that I will get used to that and it will pose no long-term distraction to my game. I would buy it again.