My 100 is plenty powerful to do more than I really need. Have always believed in getting a bit more than less when purchasing machinery. Quality is less than excellent: location and size of toolbox, stand-out mirrors always betting in the way, cab floor air deflectors in subjective areas (prone to being knocked off), PTO manual height adjuster cumbersome to work with.
All of that is minor compared to the operational aspect: The PTO speed sensor is prone to going out for no explainable reason. That has left me without the rig on three occasions, mostly when the tractor was still new. I noticed it was replaced at least once before I bought it. It was new with only a handful of hours on it, demono I believe. Even with those points, I would buy another, if needed.