Big points have been highlighted. So I have finally got some money together to add a new mower (currently use 2 21" mowers) and I want to get something bigger (32-36"). I only mow residentials and would definitely prefer a walk behind. I am a 17 year part-timer that wants to expand and MAYBE end the part-time status since my wife will be graduating in May and can carry some benefits for us then. My limit is $3500 because I don't want to over use credit for this purchase and before I go running all over the DFW area pricing mowers, I wanted to gather some models that fall and seek out dealers to check them out. One of my biggest concerns is that I am 6'4" and 305#. I am not looking for a mower that can pull my fat ass on a sulky, but I do want one with bars that hit me at a comfortable height (for example: Toro Commercial 21" mowers have WAY too short of handles for me to use for very long). Although a WB should be different since I won't have to push down on the bar to lift the front end to turn the mower. The only mower really on the "list" so far is the Quick 32/36 Dually. Definitely hits the price point and is a more compact mower. I see that Toro has 2 32" models on their website and they are VERY different. One is what I would consider a traditional looking commercial unit with a fixed deck (30672) and the other uses a floating Recycler deck and a single blade (30092). What are the thoughts about these two decks? I was under the impression that floating decks were "higher end" but I am not real sure about a single blade that big after seeing so many bad reviews of the Exmark Metro 26 here. As much as I would love to have a hydro mower, there aren't many in my price range and there are not very many used mowers on CL and such in this area that don't look like they have been beat to hell. And the last question would be for local guys... where do you go for mowers? I know of a couple of shops I have been to in the last couple of years (Storm in Grand Prairie and The Lawnmower Place in Arlington), but if you know a good place and a good guy to talk with, let me know. Thanks for being patient with a part-timer.