I have been a diehard bobcat guy for a long time. I have owned several bobcat tire machines and love them. I do concrete work and needed a track machine because of the muddy conditions when it rains ect. I purchased a new T250. And I think it is completely useless when there is mud. The problem is the bobcat design with the body going around the rear track. The machine clogs with so much mud it will barely move. If you clean out all the mud it has power till it gets filled with mud again. Does anyone have this problem? I am thinking of buying a 185 or 190 New Holland. I tried one out yesterday in very muddy conditions and it worked great and never clogged at all. The frame is different so it is clear all the way around the track. Any thoughts???