Need to buy my next mower and I'm somewhat new to this business. Got to be 32" to get through gates in the backyards of some of my customers. I'm considering the two above as my final choices. I have good dealers for both as they are willing to lend a loaner or rent one if mine goes down plus they have service departments. The Metro 32" walk behind is $2599 and the 32" Toro TBar walk behind is $2949. Is the Toro worth the extra money? Exmark dealer is closer to get to. Both offer financing to ease the pain. Also, please keep in mind that next season I hope to buy a bigger 3rd mower...maybe a 48" or 60" and I'd like to buy my two biggest mowers from the same company...one stop maintenance. Love to hear your thoughts especially if you've used both of these two products in particular. Thanks in advance. The Toro website seems to have more details and features as shown: Patented Adjustable Baffle Patented Adjustable Baffle Allows operator to achieve maximum cutting performance by fine-tuning deck to conquer changing conditions, unique job sites or different times of the season. In extreme conditions, the baffle can be opened in order to conserve power and achieve faster mowing speeds. In less demanding conditions, the baffle can be closed to yield micro-sized particles and maximize discharge velocity. A flat, crisp cut with precision blades. A flat, crisp cut with precision blades. 1/4" thick precision blades resist flexing to provide a flat, crisp cut. High-strength, heat-treated alloy steel survives impacts and provides resistance to the rapid wear commonly associated with abrasive conditions. Smarter design in a bull-nose bumper. Smarter design in a bull-nose bumper. 7-gauge bull-nose bumper not only protects against frontal impacts, but also contains an integral underskirt to minimize blowout of debris and dust. The bottom, leading edge of the deck is raised 1/4", allowing grass to stand more upright when entering the cutting chamber, ensuring a level cut. Leaf "plowing" during spring and fall clean-up is also significantly reduced. Rubber Discharge Chute Rubber Discharge Chute Made popular on Toro Z Master zero-turn riders, the high-performance rubber discharge chute allows for close trimming without damage and provides exceptional clipping dispersion. Compact Models Compact Models Compact 32", 36" and 40" units can easily fit through gates and maneuver around smaller, tightly landscaped properties. Choice of Controls Choice of Controls Choose between traditional Pistol Grip controls, and Toro exclusive, fatigue reducing T-Bar control system. T-Bar steering increases productivity and is ergonomically designed to reduce activation force. Unique operator presence control disengages blades and returns unit to neutral without engine kill. T-Bar Curb Hopper Design T-Bar Curb Hopper Design Reverse and curb-climbing made easy with patent-pending T-Bar curb hopper design. Unique Under-the-Deck Skid Plate Unique Under-the-Deck Skid Plate Reduces scalping when traveling over uneven terrain and to avoid catching while loading onto trailers. Rugged Spindle Assembly Rugged Spindle Assembly Rigorously tested to ensure that it can survive impacts that would destroy lesser spindles. The cast iron housing, with a massive 9-3/8" diameter base, absorbs impact loads and distributes them across a broader area of the robust deck shell. Exclusive TURBO FORCE® Deck Exclusive TURBO FORCE® Deck High-capacity TURBO FORCE decks deliver unsurpassed strength, a superior cut, and increased productivity in extreme mowing conditions. Equipped with a patent-pending adjustable baffle, TURBO FORCE decks can be fine-tuned in order to conquer changing turf conditions. Extended Life Drive System Extended Life Drive System Extended life drive system with Peerless® 700 series transmission, featuring a 9-spline drive coupler.