First off, for you guys that run these type of machines day in and day out, I don't know HOW you do it! I found out fast that there's a LOT more skill to running one of these than that needed to run a zero turn mower! You can see the pics... I picked it up just west of Omaha, fun filled 575 mile round trip! Got to see a lot of Nebraska... Yep, corn corn corn, and more center pivot irrigation than Iv'e ever seen in my life. Gave $1,600 for it, came with the Lesco sulky. I had to spend a couple hours going through it and making adjustments. Not one thing on it was properly adjusted! Neutral locks would send it spinning, heck it even creep with the drive handle pulled all the way back. It's basically new, only has maybe 100 hours on it. I spent some time learning how to run it comfortably. Found out that this machine really dosn't have enough weight to it to use the castering type sulkey. I put a single wheel velke I had on it and it drives better, less tire slippage. Downside to the single wheel is that I almost broke my leg 2 times! Dosn't take a blink of an eye to accidently overpower the inside (reverse) wheel while turning 180 degrees and end up all twisted and a little scuffed up! I survived... and know that I'd rather have a 2 wheel velke in the future. I don't plan on running this full time, just mainly as a back-up machine, or perhaps for when the ground is really soft from rain. I need to find a catcher for it! I'd prefer an aluminium one... The lesco sulkey is more than likely going to be for sale, if anyone has a catcher that will fit this, I may be willing to trade!