No, the K7T Pro 2-A is based on the KT133 chipset and will not run with the FSB over 110 MHz. If you like MSI, the K7T Turbo is the one with the KT133A chipset that will run at 133 MHz. Testing over at Anand's gave it very high marks for stability, but there seem to be other idiosyncrasies with this board.
Anyone purchasing a Athlon motherboard now should get a KT133A chipset version and not the KT133.
It's a price vs. preformance issue to some extent. After that it is mostly personal preference.
I've read one other thread you started and you should notice similar names appearing frequently. Asus A7V133 - Abit KT7A - MSI K7T Turbo - ect.
To make an informed desicion, goto Toms Hardware or Anandtech's website. Look around for independant reviews and benchmarks for all of the boards you are considering. You should be able to find all of the above listed boards reviewed against each other. You should also be able to search for 'KT133a' and get a listing of motherboards with that chipset.
My suggestion would be to go for any motherboard with a KT133A chipset. I am sure others have their own opinion. All of the motherboards I listed above sport the KT133a chipset (someone please correct me if I am wrong ) and are all excellent choices for a new T-Bird system. My personal preference is the Asus A7V133 - I have a soft spot for Asus
Everyone has their fav brand (like cereal), but the performance difference between the top 3 aren't enough to lose sleep over. I'd hesitate on Asus only because of their "possible" issue with RMA'd products.
Take reviews with a grain of salt also. Remember, these have been tested for hours/days, not in a 24/7/365 environment.