OK, a few minutes before 6pm I slide by the Lesco booth to do the last thing on my 'must do' list.... find out if the Wide Track 60" is now available with a Lesco badge. Lesco guy goes "yeah, Wide Track 60" with a 33hp Generac." Of course I'm floored... "got one here?" He says "no, but you can look at that 72" same frame and engine, we have 3 in stock at the store, how many did we sell?"... Other guy says "2 already, got 1 left." I ask how much they are going for. I like the machine and price, but I'm not quite ready to write the check on the spot. I have more questions than we have time and I haven't seen a WT-60" yet in the flesh. So we agreed to put my name on that one and resume talks next week. Part of me said heck why not? While the other part of me is not an impulse buyer. I need to demo the machine, think a bit, and most of all work out a service pledge agreement. I can buy bulk normal wear/service items and there are two Cub Commercial dealers around local. BUT it's a long way back down to the Lesco store in question and I think it's the closest one to me. I need to know what to expect in the event of a service issue. BUT 33HP and 60" in the same sentence tends to cloud judgment... How many of you would have been prone to just write the check?