Mowing today I again noticed my anti-scalp wheels gouging a bit on the drought-stressed thinner turf when making sharp turns. They all do on all brands. That reminded me to ask Santa Claus for castering anti-scalp wheels on the outside of Decks (ala Kubota mowers). Also make sure the elves put quick adjust height pins on them so they can be used on a variety of turf types. I've done some pretty impressive gouging when turning into hills or slight rises. The net effect is that I suspect that most users rarely set them down as far as they otherwise would, which negates much of their value. Seems like a low-cost improvement that would be a good selling point.