I bought the 150 this summer (I wished it was 140..) and had a blast with it on my vacation to Corsica. Well you know how the 150 is. Used my 6m P3 a lot (great wind and waves)
I also travel once a year to family by plane… so when the 140 came out I ordered one..it would be better for travel and even if it got 85% performance of the 150 I would happy..
It took a while, had a family visit without the 140 (but I didn’t get any wind, so it didn’t matter), but then it was there..
A bit improved straps, nice graphics (though I loved the looks of the Mako 08 range). But after I had the 150 I really didn’t care about the looks anymore (as long as it got some red or orange in it, which I think is better for visibility), its the ride that counts!
I used the 140 once so far, with my 8 and 6 m P3. The board will not have the same drive as the 150 but it is really close.
The 140 is fun to ride, toeside-heelside switching by sliding and jumping is really easy. No whip tricks are possible but when i really want to go for that I take my 666. The 140 doesn’t spray, just like the 150. Going fast, no problem. Carving?.. Mako style !! It is a little bit more sensible for nosediving when you push it, the 150 almost could not be nosedived by me (67kg clean..)
I think the 140 is a bit better ...
Don’t know if I’m any help.. but you really won’t be disapointed in the 140, get it…
Sunday we get some wind again, can’t wait ..