Personally I thought the Slazenger V100's played extremely similar to each other; both had a stable and solid feel, produced a ton of power, and were extremely easy to maneuver (especially considering their mid swingweights). Overall really fun and easy racquets to play with.
I'd said the most noticeable difference for me was the amount of control. I had an easier time controlling my shots with the V100 Tour, as I thought the V100 Team generated a considerable amount of power compared to the Tour.
As for downsides, the thing that stood out the most to me was the stiffness of the frames. Both felt a little too firm for my taste, but I've also had wrist issues in the past. Apart from their stiff feel, the V100's were easily two of the more favorable racquets that I've tested just because of how easy they were to swing and produce pace.
I hope this helps!