I am at your same weight, but shorter. I'd suggest either the Habitat74 or Villian S, and have owned both.
The Habitat is an excellent boat and has lots of room for storage. It may not boof quite a easily as some, but is fast, stable, predictable, and it resurfaces evenly.
The Villian S is an awesome boat, too. It's true it doesn't provide much storage room. What I have discover about the S is that the length of the rear end is the same as the Punk Rocker. The boat is an asymetrical design, so if you stand the two side-by-side you'll discover the Villain's extra length is all in front of the cockpit. Which, I really love the Villain S, but don't think it carves an arc quite as rounded as the Punk does. The Villian is wicked fast and, I think, tends to penetrate the turns a bit straighter before it then begins to arc nicely. It takes just a little learning to appreciate asymetrical design. It's kind of like a stiff tip/soft tail ski.
I discovered that I require the seat position the same distance towards the rear of the boat as in the Punk. At first I thought, that because the Villian S is longer, that I needed it all the way forward. But, I eventually determined that was disengaging the performance design and decreased the carving and boofing ability of the boat. When I found the sweet spot for my body build (short and V shaped) the boat design does the work and is very enjoyable.
No risk, no reward. It is not that we have to, it is that we get to. Preparation and education are essential to self-confidence and success. - KV
"If there is no risk there is no adventure."- Bill Briggs