Good news - the 120mm Zeiss macro is one of the lenses I use most, even if the 90mm Schneider is a better performer. The focal length is just more useful for me in the field.
If this new lens is as good as the 90mm it has to be a winner!
Here's a pic of it and some blurb:
As you can see it it slightly shorter than the discontinued version and still uses Zeiss calculation.
Leaf Part Number 604-00230.
Makro Apogon MF 120 mm f/4 HFT PQS
A high-performance lens for copy work and high magnifications. Optimized for a reproduction ratio
of 1:8, may also be used (with a bellows unit) for an extended range of 1:5 to about 2:1.
Well-suited for product photos and close ups.
The 120 lens focuses from infinity
to .8 meter (31.5”).
Top shutter speed of 1/1,000 sec.
Aperture range f 4.0 – 32.
Uses the standard size VI Rollei bayonet.