I haven't sailed my Hobie 14 in many years, but I remember the pros and cons that were important to me. At 125 and 160 lbs., the two of you can sail this boat, but it is really more for one person less than 165 lbs. I would not put two people totaling more than about 280 to 300 lbs. on it. This really isn't a big deal to many individuals, but when you capsize, I think you need at least 165 lbs. (145 in theory) to right it without added equipment. The thing I enjoyed about my 14 was that it was even easier to rig and launch by myself than the 16, but really, the 16 is easy enough. As for pitch poling, I've done it many times on my 14. This might be a factor of skill, but I can't remember ever pitch poling a 16.
Since you're looking at a turbo, I'd say get it if the price is right. I don't think tacking is a problem as long as you have a jib. Without the jib, the 14 is too difficult trying to beach launch in waves with an onshore wind. Make sure that if it was converted to a turbo from a uni, that it has the important upgrades like the dolphin striker.
All things considered, I like the H14T. For two light people, it's a toss up between that and the 16. For two med. to heavy people, I would recommend the 16.