Saw the tow behind gang reel mower units in Northern Tool and Equipment catalog and got me thinking. If I pull the $899 6' 10" model with my Wheel Horse at 6.5mph, that is 4.4 acre/hr wide open or about 3.5/hr at 6mph with obstacles. Zero turning capability (can trim around a pencil) fast, etc. Only drawback is max cut heigh is like 2 1/2" I think. I heard that the higher you cut the worse the quality is with them, but most people don't want it higher than 3" anyway and people with that much property it usually doesn't make much difference how high it is, the droughts still affect it the same because usually there are no trees or anything like that. Anyway was wondering if anyone mows large lawns with these at the highest height? Do they handle tall growth OK? I don't see any LCO's around here with them and I know there must be a reason but was thinking that I could get the jobs this year with my Scag and stick it out and then next year if the customers still with me get one to use. Maybe a bad idea for regular lawns I don't know, any ideas or opinions if this is a good idea to pursue or not? If it worked good, that would be about $90 an hour or so.