Oops, I've missed the 125kg part
Than defiently the 52 is not for you, 60 or maybe even their biggest model , the 66 might be something to try out. I do believe that they will all be more fun and forgiving than a full blown race board with it's endless razor sharp fins and rear leg burn and stuff.
@Davesails - too bad you did not like the 52, and found it bouncy, something you have probably to dial in , because for me, this board just flys over the chop with minimum effort and accelerates so fast that it get's scary, I have to tell you that i've been riding for two seasons and bonded to it.
Now I also got the 60 to give me some extra going in those 6knts, indeed it does it well, but personally I so much preffer the 52, I just can't tame the 60, I find it needs to be ridden more like a race board than a freeride board/surf. To get going fast you need to really work those fins, push with your toes, while the 52 speeds away no matter how badly you trim it, while the 60 just moves till you find that sweet spot , and then it takes away, but then, it once it get's too chopy, it becames handfull to handle. Maybe I need to practice more. I'm also pretty flawless at jybing the 52 , but believe it or not, fall pretty often trying to do the same on the 60.
Also, smaller sector loves to jump, be it hitting a little kicker or throwing your kite for a big air, off you go and softly land. The 60 lands more like a big windsurfer and that's only on kickers, I would never try a big air with it, just too much weight and volume to bring up. But that's just IMHO
And I'm only 175lb. Bigger guys will probably feel right at home being on the 60 as me on the 52.