Either of the kites will work well. Park has a little more power in the turns, and ride feels a bit lighter.
The video you showed was from an older model. Right now the newer models are both fantastic.
The Ride works well for your weight..I am your weight and so are three of my buddies who are on the ride. Like any other kite. Pump them up well and they will be awesome. I think the ride is an "easier" kite to control..now that does not mean that the park is hard to control...it simply means the ride is slightly easier.
Here is how I see it for a beginner: If you are going to be riding in ultragusty conditions, then go for the park. The canopy is a bit tighter and the kite handles gusty wind o par with the bolt...which is insane IMO.
If you are kitelooping like a madman then clearly the park is a better choice, but I doubt that is your plan out of the box.
If you are riding in relatively steady winds...then go for the ride. It is easier to control and the power is more sheet and go (where the park likes a bit more movement).
If you want an easy to use kite that just works..then go with the ride.
Now I don't teach kiting, and so maybe going with what an instructor says might be a good idea. If you get the new park or ride I doubt you'll be disappointed regardless of what choice you make. They are both great kites. I mainly use them for wave riding and love every bit of time on them.
I have a mixed quiver and like both kites. I am 190lb. I have big sized draft, medium ride and small size park.