Well Gilly ... I have played an A25 lots of them
the things is, I have an unfair advantage when it comes to play testing some guitars seein' as how I work here in the Avalon factory
The sound of a top can is not just dependent on the type of wood, in this case cedar or spruce but there are things that can have quite an impact on how that top will sound for example the bracing material used for the struts, or the tightness of the grain, was it a stiff soundboard before being braced .... ?
and that's just the soundboard .... then there's the rosewood back and sides, they will also play a part in the overall sound .... maybe a particular set of rosewood sides and back had more open grain or maybe more oily purple coloured, dense rosewood ?
I'm not trying to avoid answering your question I'm just letting you see that there can be a combination of factors that can affect how and A25 will sound ... infact 2 similar A25 models can be played side by side and each one could have certain sweet spots and tones compaired to the other ... ahh the joys of trying to select the perfect, complete sounding guitar ... it's not easy my friend but I'm sure you'll make the right choice