When we do hardscaping projects our 70xt with VTS is to big and the ASV300(RC30) can't lift pallets of block or pavers so we have been splitting up the pallets or hauling in both machines and it is getting old. Thought we would try the smallest Tak because of its compact 60" width and wanting to have a machine to replace the Polaris for compact work. The Tak120 will lift a full pallet of block, it does struggle pulling the pallet across the truck but can get it off and on the truck. The bad thing is the visibility when doing fork work. The ride is rough, would a different track style work better? I thought the controls were too easy. I have never minded the ASV/Cat controls but the Tak was too easy, it didn't seem to have a neutral so I zig-zaged some. I liked it though, 50 horse has never felt this powerful. It sounded mean, 2 liters of power. I thought the cab was too big, could have been smaller for better visibility out of the corners on the front and back. Overall I liked it, the next size up may be alittle better for us.