I'm sure the Winston is a nice Rod
Don't be afraid to explore any 5w switch too. They all cast pretty close to the same lines
I own a plethora (love that word ever since the 3 amigos flick) of trout rods. I would recommend the Helios 5w, Thomas and Thomas
11'9 5w, TFO
DC spey and switch in 4w, anything by Meiser, etc.
Any of those rods will give you intuitive feel, they give a nice stout bend on a 10-12 rainbow or bigger, can fight a strong wind, and cast 80+ feet with either a scandi or skagit shooting head.
You have options of deep loading rods or tippy rods. The lower handle looks short on the Winston which is something to keep in mind. I have no trouble casting sink tips and weighted flies with any of those rods.
It's nice to be able to have a rod that can address the weather conditions as much as the fish and water conditions by just changing a shooting head or poly leader.
I'd also consider Beulah's Onyx 5w and Sage Z-Axis 5w if you're looking for over 12 feet but the TFO
DC Spey is a sick Rod. As is the Meiser version of course.
I don't know anything about Winston as a company but their rods look pretty and it's cool they dipped in on the trout switch theme. I'd ask around about warranty service experiences just for information