Ever hear the saying "If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is"? Some of you might remember the great deal I got on a Snapper W/B, turns out the salesman made a "mistake" when he quoted me the price. He had originally quoted $3945 (52", 23hp, hydro, el. start) and I gave him a downpayment of $500 last Thursday. He calls me today and says his boss called him on Saturday and told him he can't sell the mower for that price. The best price I can get now is $5000. I find it hard to believe that a salesman (who has worked there quite awhile) can be over $1000 off on a price. Do I believe him or does this sound like bait and switch? I have emails from the salesman quoting $3945. Do I tell the dealer I have $3945 in writing and want that price? Should I just buy the mower for $5000 or go somewhere else? Thank you for all opinions, Joel B.