Okay, heard about the Proslide on this forum but never really bothered looking into them for multiple reasons. I hear some commercials mowers fire up around the corner and it sounds like a yard that is usually done by the homeowner. So, I grab my coffee and stroll down the street and find two guys working 48" Prolines with Proslides. I watched for awhile and have to say that I was impressed with the maneuverability and striping of the Proslide but had one question which was not answered watching these two kids (wearing no hearing protection and tennis sneakers btw). Whenever they finished a stripe they just locked up a wheel with the hydro and spun it around. No K turn and divots on every turn. My question is how do you do K turns as my work ethic prevents me from making divots on every turn. Do you step off the Proslide while doing the K turn? Do you stay on it during the backup portion? Couldn't get a clue how it would work with these hacks but was very interested in possibly putting one on my 48". Any Proslide users out there care to elaborate on using the Proslide during a K turn?