Agreed. Im sick to my stomach when I think about how much "good" equipment costs. For example, a 5 year old Walker(New, cost close to twice that package deal price) that is still putting money in my pocket as we speak. Paid for, with low maintenance costs, my profit margin is at its peak with that particular mower. EFI is a good investment. Personally I wouldn't do that deal. Not that its a bad deal for what your getting, but I wouldn't trust any of my hired help, or myself for that matter with homeowner duty equipment. Gotta keep your mind in the "thinking ahead" mode. Id say get a new/newer homeowner duty push mower for like $200, use the peripherals you already have (blower, line trimmer, etc) and look on craigslist for a decent used walk behind. I was able to pick up a '03 big-tex 6'x12' for $600 to start. Keep your blades sharpened and make that $$$$$. $2500 on decent used WB, $200-$300 on decent used push mower, $600-$700 on trailer, $50 on harbor freight bench grinder = $3550. $6600 - $3550 = save yourself $3050 for that rainy day cause we all know they come at the worst possible time. Good Luck Whatever you decide!