Without respect to a Tak, this is a very good imaging platform and I don't think you will use up its utility for that purpose. This is certainly a scope you will be able to grow with as you continue to use it.
Though most will think of this as strictly an imaging platform, it is actually an excellent visual instrument, too. It is a bit different because of its shorter focal ratio (and FL!) than you would normally find for a 100mm class refractor, but the views are very impressive. With the fine optics, it is easier to tease out the fine details and structures in extended objects and it responds to filters quite well.
At TSP this year, I was actually working some of the easier parts of the Advanced Observing list as well as the regular TSP Observing List (which is basically a Herschel 400 class list for the most part.... you have to employ good finding and observing skills but it still includes a few "eye candy" objects, as well). One thing I found was that I could really push the magnification hard on this telescope (and the others in this series). The stars stayed tight and object details (planets and the moon for the most part) were crisp. For the most part, I was using Ethos (13, 6, 3.7mm) and Nagler (12, 17, 22 T4's, 26 T5, 5T6, 3.5T6) eyepieces, though I did throw in a couple of Radians and a 41Pan a few times, also. I also used an Ultima Barlow for higher magnifications.
This is a fun instrument, and while I am mostly a dedicated big dob observer, I can see I will be having a lot of fun with this "finder" scope for many years to come.