Blizzard had a booth at GIE, and a truck with a Blizzard plow. I went over it big time (had some people wonder what I was doing laying under the truck). I saw some things I didn't like much, and had quite a conversation with the rep who was there. He told me that they sold 1300 plows last season and didn't have any complaints about 'tweaking', or the wings not functioning, or anything like what we have all discussed on this forum. I'm curious..... does anyone have any first hand knowledge of anything that actually did go wrong with a Blizzard last winter ?? Or, were we just all 'thinking out loud' about what MIGHT go wrong with them.... The things I was concerned about were that the hydralic lines to the cylinders that work the wings are enclosed in steel with a bolted on cover to the area where the cylinders are located. If the line from the pump to these cyliders blows, you have to take off the cover on the rear of the plow, then contort yourself to get a wrench in the area where the line attaches to the cylinder to get it off. LOTS of work. And, the blade bolts are countersunk into the cutting edge. If you don't have one of their bolts, your sunk. And the bolts are 4" long. Not user friendly at all. Please post of any first hand knowledge of problems that arose last year.