It can run a trencher, stump grinder, auger, use a grapple, multiple buckets, forks, land plane, power a hydraulic chipper attachment, and it excels with the front mounted mower (my favorite attachment for it) or 5' brushcat mower etc. The older ones like I'm replacing were good but not as smooth as the 60k newer ones but they still did a lot of work. I have one with a rear pto (they also make aftermarket 3pt hitch for the earlier models). The PTO can power a pump, generator, or pull-behind mower or whatever you can come up with that has a pto shaft and needs about 22 pto hp. The machine itself is 56 hp with 26 gpm hydraulics. I was pricing toolcats for a long time and though they are pricey, compared to something walk behind, a Toolcat for many applications would work and you can rent Bobcat attachments that will run on it. I can load a 2600 lb attachment (ROC is only 1500 though) on the back of my F350's flatbed with the toolcat and I can get in tight locations with the all wheel steer but it's 60" wide compared to 36" for an MTL.