I just picked up my new Gravely wb yesterday and was on my way home when the brakes did not hold. The unit slammed into the back of my trailer,breaking the expanded metal on my new trailer and scuffing up the paint on the handles of the new unit. I know a unit will move some, when not tied down, but for the brakes not to hold at all was something else(I figured unit might move a couple of feet in my six mile trip home). This happened only about a mile from my dealership. I have had Toros in the past and they would not do this ,unless I neglected to take care of the brakes. However, being brand new, I felt I would not have to concern myself with this. I contacted Gravely and told them that I felt that it was either defective brakes or a poor mechanic that took care of this unit. In either case, I felt someone other than myself should have to pay for the damages. It seemed like Gravely may be trying to pass the buck. They said they will be contacting their agent in our area, but from the sound of it, I have my doubts. If Gravely does something about it, I will update you on what they have done for me.