It's the 650cc and I'm 5'9" and 130lbs. I will be selling the versys soon. Tonight I'm purchasing a 2014 Yamaha FZ6R with 130 miles for $4,000.
One of my previous bikes was an FZ6R... Great bike, the inline 4 is smooth as silk (shifting between 1st and 2nd still thunks, though). You'll be able to flat foot it, as opposed to the V. You'll be short shifting more often on the 6R, but it *is* a fabulously flickable bike, and with the right tires (in my case, I preferred PR2s when I owned it), you'll be scraping your knee pucks with confidence in the twisties.
All that being said, it doesn't have the torque that I enjoy *so* much on the V. It's more of a pain to work on due to all the plastics you have to pull even to just change the oil. I've lowered my V (w/ Motowerk's kit), and its as easy to peddle backwards now as the 6R was. The V has more space, and is less cramped, and you *will* be changing the seat on the 6R... (I just ordered a Sargent for the V, but it was a tougher decision).
The 6R's windscreen is less than perfect (and is talked about a lot on the forum). I put a Puig on mine, and it cured the buffeting. The 6R is a solid bike, but, lowered, I believe the V has a plethora of advantages. They're close in weight, but the 6R actually feels *more* top-heavy. Lots of aftermarket farkles for the 6R... and it's got a great forum... So, good luck with whatever you decide... I'll post a pic of mine, if I can find one...