You came out with a 130mm which is more or less what everybody noted as lacking for visual in doublet fluorite scopes as there were a couple of threads discussing the Takahashi FC series and how a 120mm fluorite doublet would we awesome (hey, don't mind the extra 10mm aperture), but I must be brutally honest - the weight is a lot.
I will echo Derek's feedback - a smaller diameter FTF, a thinner aluminum OTA, lighter rings and dovetail could shave a LOT of weight from this scope, reduce the cost and make it more appealing to visual only people. This is by no means a criticism of the product which looks awesome! It's just something for you to consider so that it appeals to visual only amateurs.
I also note that the price is a bit on the high side, but it depends on extras e.t.c. I suppose, as the preliminary price you quote for the 130mm is near TEC 140mm territory - a scope you are intimately familiar with in terms of color correction, weight of telescope and reputation in the market.
However, I will close this by saying that I will be in the market myself next year for a 120mm - 140mm refractor and I'll be keeping an eye on your offerings
Best of luck!