I bought my wife a FS45 the other day - she wants to work with me. I did my rounds with it yesterday to break-in and tune... and uh, I really liked using it, except for the curved shaft. It felt like a feather, and had far more than enough power to do an average account. I have a new FS80 and an old but perfectly fine running FS55, and they both have more power than I'll ever need for any of my clients - I'd happily trade the power off for less weight. So this has me thinking... Why dont they make a super light weight, modestly powered trimmer built to commercial standards? A straight shaft, good bearings, good clutch, and the rest of the stuff that makes one built to take the daily punishment, but with a small, light engine. I'd buy it in a second.