I keep driving by a big commercial property, and it's got some lush grass so the stripes really stand out. The property is completely dotted with trees, and randomly spaced so there's no straight line that will avoid one. Who ever is cutting this place is using what looks like a 36" deck (I've never seen them out, btw). What's stumping me is that the stripes go completely "through" the trees, there's no turns around them, no evidence that the mower is doing anything but going straight. I'm impressed, to say the least. This is a big place, big enough for a 52" ZTR, so if the guy is backing out of his lines instead of whipping around the trees, (which is nearly impossible because backing he'd run into another tree before hitting a turn spot), this property would take you a full day to mow. How the heck is he doing this? I'm relatively new at the commercial game, and I can't figure it out....is he using some anti-matter WB that passes through trees?