I met with my accountant the other morning, so I'm going to blame my screw up on my deep thought of the numbers. When I got back home I put the Boss v-plow on to scrape some slushy ice that was letting loose with the warmer weather. I have the Catagory II hook up where there is one lever to pull back and pin to secure the plow. Well guess what I forgot to do. The first place I went to, a bed and breakfast on a main road in town, I started to back drag by the end of one drive and left the plow where I started. DUH. This plow is very easy to hook up when on a flat service and at the perfect height and level, but not on an incline at the end of a driveway with snow built up under only one wing. First I had to work at getting the thing off the ground. Then I had the thrill of trying to rehook the thing with the truck blocking one lane of traffic on a busy road. Luckily none of the competition came by to laugh at me. After three tries I finally get it back on the truck and the right wing won't work. Had to bring it back to the shop to look at it. Luckily I just pulled a wire connector off on the controller for the pump. Not a good way to start the day.