I'm trying to phase out my two Crapsman 21"ers in favor of a single commercial mower to use for the long haul. I already have a 36" WB and a 44" Z, but I need something for the occasional gated backyard (3-7 per week). The Crapsmans run OK, but they're just to SLOOOWWW to mow with. The options I'm considering are: Gravely Pro 21SCH Com'l w/5.5hp Com'l Honda ($699 on sale) Deere JX75 Com'l w/Kawi 6.75hp Kawi ($875 not on sale) Toro Proline Com'l 6hp Kawi w/o BBC ($999 not on sale) Snapper (Res. Model ELP21703BV) w/7hp B&S ($679 on sale) I'm leaning towards the Gravely (partly because my Z is a Gravely, buy) primarily because of the build-quality for the price. However I've never seen a Gravely Pro 21 perform. I know the Toro is supposed to be the pinnacle of 21" mowerdom, and the Snapper may be a good almost-commercial choice, and the Gravely is missing a BBC, but its hard to resist the attraction of the heavy duty Gravely for $100 off its regular price....and the sale ends tomorrow). Is my thought process all wet, or would grabbing the Gravely be a smart purchase, even if it ranked at the bottom of the most-wanted list? All opinions welcomed.