I am dreading it. This contraption comes complete with 3 [three] installation manuals. Was delivered via a forklift on a pallet to F-350 flatbed mode. Had it over a month before I got the [courage to look at the installation] and the drive kit and the weight kit, [which cost extra] which is not included in the base price of the Ultravac. It took 2 [strong] guys to lift the drive kit and weight kit onto truck bed. Looking to me [now], like a Rube Goldberg machine. Rube Goldberg (roob gold'berg) n. a comically involved, complicated invention, laboriously contrived to perform a simple operation.-Websters New World Dictionary This thing comes complete with a room full of boxes! Many bags of screws, nuts and bolts and washers! Levers abound, along with pulleys, the bags, all of which you have to assemble from scratch. They [ExMark] sure know how to squeeze the most out of a dollar. The only part of the [KIT FROM HELL] that you do not have to assemble from scratch on a pallet full of parts is the blower, well thats not quite a true statement, the guards that go around the blower have to be assembled. This installation is not for the faint of heart, I'd say an inexperienced ExMark dealer would be in the same position as daddy "Santa Claus" on Christmas Eve. No way I'd bought this thing had I seen all the parts displayed before me. I am disgusted, seems too complicated for me to install. You have to drill holes to install of the weight kit...it goes on and on. Anyone done this them self? If so, please enlighten me. Your friend, in advance, kenny. PS, below are examples of Rube Goldberg contraptions. lol.