As I said , its my personal experience and I do know it takes some time to adapt when changing from one foil to another.
The foil I tried was a friends , we swapped in the water, I remember it was called Jackson and didn't pay attention to the size but it wasn't a 120 so probably the 145 . First remark was how easy it was to waterstart strapless. Due to its very low volume the board sinks and makes it much easier to keep on it's rail than "conventional "boards. Actually I think that if it wasn't for it's very thick pad (round the edge) which creates little buoyancy the hole thing could sink
Once up and going if you try to go at anything but snail speed the hole thing vibrates. Back to the beach to check out closer. The wings have a very nice finish, so nice it looks like plastic (hard to tell what it really is ) but one thing is sure though they bent like plastic between your fingers. Not sure weather the board might be the stiffest in it's class but it is not stiff enough. Just like the wings a foil board should have zero flex. As for the rocker, didn't bother to measure it but it felt minimal and I normally ride pocket boards.
As I said, just my opinion. Fact, everyone is having problem with supply this year (especially alloys) but If you are starting out, like the brand or the looks of it this set up go buy it.
No idea of it's price but within the most affordable alloy foils, I enjoyed, and in no particular order the Zeeko alloys, the Kitefoil Manta, slingshot alloy (although very heavy, still nice ride), F-one alloy/Hybrid (more expensive) and I am sure there will be many more others.