This is anyone who uses or has used a Perma Green in the past: Cavalier, Ride-On, Centri, Ultra and Magnum. What things would you change? Larger engine, different tires, different layout, larger tank or hopper etc... Any features you would bring back from older machines? Electric start from the Ultra? The Brinley hopper from the Centri? Brakes on the handle bar (pre Ultra), pump swith that locks on? 2 high speed nozzles or the current 1 nozzle set up? Possibly 2 size machines... one for smaller jobs (like the Cavalier) and maybe something larger than the Magnum (200+ hopper and a 15 gal tank) Myself, I like the 12 gal tank on the Magnum. I would possibly go with a larger Honda engine w/ electric start, maybe a 9 hp. I also like the foot brake. I do think the handle bar needs some adjusting to aid in turning. I would also go back to the 2 nozzle set up. The Magnum trans was a step in the right direction. I did like the pump switch that locked on. As for size... maybe 2 machines. We run 2 old Cavaliers for tight and hilly areas so it's nice to have a machine that's light and easy to turn, but for large areas the Ultra or Magnum is much better, but maybe something with more capacity would be ever better, just like the 3 size Z-spray models Tom Rich builds. Just something to think about for those who love or hate their Perma-Green machine.