Hey everyone, I timed myself the other day and hit "start" before touching any equipment and "stop" when it was all put away. I took me right at 90 minutes... here are the specifics: The land area is 10,630 sq ft, the home is 1990 sq ft so there's 8640 sq ft of St. Augustine to mow (corner lot). Lots of pine trees (about 15) to work around. There's a strip of grass between the curb and sidewalk that has to be mowed/edged too. My equipment: 21" w/b push mower, Echo trimmer, Echo edger, gas handheld blower. My technique: mow front and back (bag all clippings), trim around house, trees, fence, etc, edge, blow clippings into a pile at end of driveway, sweep up blown clippings/pine needles into garbage bag and finish it off with a quick blow to get rid of dirt/tiny clippings that I couldn't sweep up. I had to roll up the garden hose in the back yard, I would sip on some cool water when I had to empty the grass catcher. Besides getting a 32" (or bigger) mower, how in the world can I cut down my time?!? As a solo operator with a 21" mower, is 90 minutes about average? Thanks in advance for any and all replies.