I was at a dealer today on totally unrelated business and ended up getting into a conversation about how much I like these mowers. The sales guy and I got into a pretty good conversation about them and so forth and started discussing the 2007 models. One thing lead to another and he just shot me a really great price on the '06 models he had left... without me even asking for it. The prices he gave me are the best "I" have ever seen on any Cub units. I had my checkbook in my pocket too which is rare for me (I had just been to the bank to make a deposit). I almost said I would take them. I mean I was really just that close... and I really had to fight the urge... The male version of impulse purchases... almost. I guess that's what our wives go through at the mall? I really wanted to buy them although I shouldn't... and I don't NEED them. I'm still really itching to go back and get at least one... or more... LOL. I've always wanted to try the widetrack setup... and I'm not as fond of the 2007's... and the prices are right. I mean heck... even the thought has crossed my mind that instead of buying outright as usual, I could get them and use Cub's 0% for 36 months.... finance them and put them to work or put them away unit they are needed... and take advantage of the savings. The way mower prices keep escalating, the purchase savings makes business sense. But nothing else about it really does... LOL. Seems like the deals always come around when you don't need them... or you don't think you need them... LOL. I'm still not sure what I will or won't do. Does this sort of stuff happen to you? Does anyone else by when the price is right for the savings?