Originally Posted by Ola_H
At your weight I think the Kode 68 will easily work the best for high wind. If you're worried about that the ride is to hard, you might wanna go for the wood models, not wood carbon. In super choppy stuff they actually ride a bit softer. I would also say that relative the old Acids, a similar sized wood Kode is if anything a bit softer and easier in chop.
The question is more if you feel ready for such a small board. A Kode 74 will clearly be a bit more forgiving.
I've never really thought about comfort in windsurfing. Exocets claim to be a really comfortable ride... but i don't really see how. What makes a bigger difference than the 'comfort' of the board, I believe, is having the right kit, well tuned. Once you've got that the only discomfort is the board smacking chop super hard, but I'm young so that doesn't really matter to me.