No... I sent an email to Wright's customer service, complaing about changing the deck height and a floating deck... Doesn't look like they'll be making any changes to these soon. This was my email: I'm in the process of purchasing your 52" Sentar mower. I would've loved to have purchased a 36" Stander along with it, but was discouraged due to the fact that it is a "fixed" deck. This is the mower that made your company. Reading online forums (such as lawnsite.com, which you sponsor)to find information for myself, I've discovered that most people prefer your stand-up over john deere and great dane when it comes to the quality of build, yet will opt for the JD or GD due to the floating decks... give your cutomers what they want. It seems as though many are willing to trade in their walk behinds for a Wright floating deck Standers..Im one customer who would've loved to have purchased one. Im now looking at walk behinds, GD's and JD stand ups. Engineer an easy way to change the deck heights (wich you guys recieve great criticism for)and use a floating deck.. Then you would have no competition in the stand up mower arena.. thank you for your time. This was their response: Thank you for your note and expressing your thoughts on the Stander. We have considered design changes that would allow for an easy adjusting deck height. While we believe it would be a good and a well received modification, other R&D projects and new products have taken priority. There is always a possibility that we might offer a mower consistent with your suggestions though I don't see it happening in the near future. I will forward your note on to the proper department for further consideration. If this is what we want, then I encourage all of you to send an email to wrightmfg. Many are moving away from the wb's for productivity, and from what I read on hear, the Stander's a much better machine over the great dane and jd quick trak.... So all of us send an email, and tell your buds in the business to send an email, then maybe we'll get what we are wanting. Note: he basically says that its being pushed aside for other projects (this is their best mower, what their famous for) and "I don't see it happening in the near future."