I made a reply to a post that I would tell more about this Cyclone Rake vacuum when I got it up and running. So here it is: If you have not seen one it is different; http://www.cyclonerake.com , check it out. You can get one for under $1,000.00. I bought the bigger comercial version with everything and some extra hose and extra hitch stuff to hook it to two different mowers, for $2,068.00. I have to say that they do have a quick and helpful customer service. I was short an additional deck adaptor. Much to my surprise the addional one did not include the hose collars since you are to use the originals with the unit. when I told customer service I was using it on two different mowers, they sent me the additional collars at no cost even after I offered to buy them. I purchased it with all sort of additional ideas in mind. Using the motor as a truck loader would not take too much rigging up. The idea that it all folds flat was a great idea to save trailer or truck space. I admit that it has that homeowner look alittle, but after seeing stuff at the GIE show, I'd say it has no more fiber plastics than any other new equipment. I hooked it up to a Toro Zmaster with a 52" deck. It is a snap to hook up. Everything is all quick connect latches except the deck adaptor which bolts on after taking off the OEM deflector. That could use a quicker setup if everyother job was not a leave removal job. The way it trailers is great for backing out of spots, but takes some time to get use to. On a ztr that thing really whips out there on the end. You must be very careful not to whip it into a obsticle. Vacuum power is great! It has a 6 hp Tecumceh that had no problem sucking up everything under the deck as well as through the 15' hose power pickup attachment. I do not have it setup yet, but I plan to use the power unloader, an addition 15 foot hose off the discharge blower, to blow into a leaf box on a dump truck. I tried the unloader and it sucks up stuff and shoots it out 30' away. I was skeptical of the mulching claims, since it does not claim to be a chipper shredder. But, it does mulch it up to nickle, dime, quarter size at the biggest. Of course mowing at the same time helps, but, I checked after running debris throught the hose pickup and it looked the same small sized stuff. Chews up sticks too, could not see that many left in the debris. The power bagger option has some problems. They use to use velcro to hold the deflector flaps inside the bag. They switched to zippers on the commercial edition. The zippers seperate when taking out the contianers. Ever have zipper seperate on your coat when the zipper was all the way up, you get the picture. Velcro would work better. The containers would work very well though for actual bagging, which would be a pain all around, but it would work. I bought it thinking of using it just to dump the containers instead of using the unloader option. The bag should last for about ever, very easy to dump also. It holds a ton of stuff. It holds 40 cu. ft.(300 gallons or 32 bushels). I did my back yard approximately 7,000 sq ft, 6 inches deep with 1/3 maple, 1/3 oak, 1/3 sycamore leaves. Filled bag about 1/2 - 2/3. I have a one acre property that I will do again next year after a one year break. It use to take all day with a dump truck 2-3 times a fall to get all the leaves up. Now it should be a breeze. I would recommend the Cyclone Rake for the small owner operator like myself, If employees were use to mistreatment of equipment, it might have a few problems for that type of operation.