As long as we can call it a "one forty one". Even in the interview, Stu used "one twenty one".To summarize, a bigger J/121, built like a J/125 at a Beneteau price point :lol: :lol: :lol:
J/boats understand the difference between what crew dreams about, and what owners actually buy, and by now they have lots of data points.
I would be first in line for a sportier J/121, but then there are many options including a custom build. Or a Class 40. Or sensible/economic options like the Xp-44 or Swan 42/45 that you can own for 3-4 years to do the bucket list races and re-sell quite easily. This is a tough segment with picky owners.
As hinted above, the natural step is probably the J/141 (J/121 but in J/145 size) were the feedback from the J/121 could be used to make a perfect Transpac ride for people to old for the J/125.