My 2007 Enforcer cuts good grass very well but, if there are onions or dandelions or other round stemmed weeds in there then they often times don't get cut off or at least not to the same height as the grass. I believe my Enforcer has the OEM high lift blades and I was wondering if Gator blades would help to cut those tough stemmed weeds any better. I just hate to have anything sticking up after I've made a fairly slow pass. I can go fairly fast in good grass and it cuts very well but, I can go slow in weed infested grass and it still doesn't mean it will cut everything cleanly. Yes, my blades are sharp and this mower has cut like this since new. I have a friend who has a Toro 48 inch cut ztr with the same 21 hp Kawasaki engine and I believe his blades spin faster and I don't believe he has as much of a problem with those kinds of weeds. My engine's rpm is around 3400 with the blades engaged in case a little tuning to raise the rpm might in turn help with my blade speed. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. At this point, I'm considering the purchase of a larger cut and higher powered Hustler, Scag, or Exmark/Toro. I thought a Turf Tiger would be my best choice but, after talking to a dealer and getting quoted $9900 for the 61 inch 27 hp Kawasaki engined model it made me doubt that choice. The local Kubota dealer has 60 inch ZD326's for $10,000 and those look like real machines compared all the rest of the ZTR's out there.