I don't think the TOA130 has two FPL53 elements.
As far as I am aware it has one FPL53 element between two crown & flint elements.
The TOA has a unique design : a cooke triplet 2 x FPL53 1x BS7 and a wide air space. Thanks to this design it has almost not any spherochromatism. This is the same for te TOA150.
This is the best performer among the 130 for photographic use especially if you would kike to do some CaK sun picture: the strehl at 400nm will be much higher than any other triplet of the market of simillar F/L
At little bit overkill for visual use, and its heavy and take time to cool down.
At My side I prefered the AP130GT, much smaller, shorter F/L, faster cool down, very good for APS-C sensor or smaller, exclent for wide field visual use.
But the Toa has a better optic for photo use, wider corrected spectrum, widder corrected field thanks to its 4" focuser and flatener.
You can see here test reports and have a look to the spherochromatism graph. The flatener test is also excelent at the Tak side, showing a very low focus shift on a wide field: it is diffraction limited at least at 27mm from the center and thus over the full visual spectrum. The strehl is still higher than 0.92 in the blue channel, where other classical triplet usualy give about 0.7. In the violet/UV channel, the difference is even greater.