Last Thursday we got about 4 inches of snow, then it warmed up and made a big wet heavy mess. It was going to get to 60 degrees the next day (Rochester, NY weather, go figure, 20 degrees in the morning, 60 in the afternoon), so I wasn't worried about plowing, because the rain was washing away the snow. I received three phone calls from people, so my truck was in the shop (2000 Z71 with 7 1/2 Fisher), I borrowed my buddies 2001 2500 Dodge Ram with V10 and 8' Western. Both these plows are brand new. The Western does angle faster but only by a second or two. But man, that wet heavy snow caused that stupid to keep tripping on peferctly flat surfaces, and it wouldn't stack the heavy stuff. I would have to push into a pile, then back up about 6 icnhes, lift the blade higher then stack it up. I have done snowstorms with wet snow with this fisher before and a lot more of just the regular powder stuff. Personally, Fishers are the best, I have put them to the test. And Believe me, I am a wacko with plowing.