I've had a lot of sessions on the 2013 Subwoofer and 2014 is very similar from what I've been told by Cabrinha. It's a lighter wind board that doesn't feel big. I'm 200 lbs and ride strapless in light , medium and strong winds and the subwoofer is perfect for me in light and medium winds.
I've learned a lot about surf boards over the years and some just have too much power in the tail to do much with them except get going in light winds. Due to too much width and thickness, these boards are great for lighter winds, but harder to turn strapless due to the power (width and thickness) in the tail.
The Subwoofer may give up a little on the low end compared to some other boards, but it's tons more fun on the waves. Snappy turns and it just feels perfectly balanced the first time you step on the deck.
It's just the right width and thickness and of course rocker line to make it work really well in these conditions.
If you have a good dealer, support them. If not, let me know and I'd be more than willing to order one if you decide to go this route. Just sold my last Sub Woofer recently.
I hope this helps,