The Toro Dingo is available in 5 models. One is a smaller 13hp tracked model. The others are a 27hp gas or 25hp diesel with a narrow (6" wide) track or wider (9" wide track). The diesel has more torque if the engine bogs. The wider track reduced surface pressure on soft or vulnerable surfaces but is 40" wide vs. 35" wide. Then there are two wheeled models, one with slightly more power (23hp vs 20hp) and all 4 wheels powered. The wheeled models are very short, 62" vs. 92" for the tracked models. Without the bucket it is only 41" long. Bobcat seems to make two models similar to the narrow track models: the MT52 and MT55. Questions: 1) Does anyone else make a direct competitor? 2) Does the Bobcat and other competitors use the same mounting mechanism? 3) Where and/or for what tasks would the wheeled versions be inappropriate? They seem both less expensive and easier to store.