According to userreviews it's the new performance kite in the hands of a "pro" kitesurfer.
So, Rhino and Toro are more or less both intermediate/advanced kites. Toro will just be easier to relaunch and more forgiving and better to depower
A couple of examples:
> 1. Interestingly, Andy Mac came out later on with his new 16m Toro, and we were sailing together. I was amazed at the height of the jumps he was getting. He was having a ball, and seemed to love his new kite. It's interesting that the Toro is very low AR, and the X2 is very high AR, but we were both loving our kites and getting really solid air. I think the way both kites were jumping seemed quite different. He was getting huge pop and a lot of height, where I seemed to go up and then just stay up there (and probably travelled faster through the air).
Anyway, regardless of high AR or low AR, these new kites rock and have great range.
And regardless of what kite you have, when the conditions are great it's very hard not to have a great time on the water.
> 2. Just the link http://groups.yahoo.com/group/kitesurf/message/53373