I mow about two acres that have building, trees, plants, shallow ditches, tight spots. I also have pond with a hill with a 3 to 1 slope (less than 20 degrees). The mower I have (case garden tractor 44 inch) has a deck which sets on the ground and gives an excellent cut but is 30 years old and is very hard to steer. I have been looking at the following mowers as a replacement. Some of the ground is some what rough. Things I am concerned about is the ability to trim along a fence, around buildings, trees etc., the quality of cut, and durability. I need to stay 50 inches or under. Any comments on the following mowers for that purpose. Pro Value Series 48 inch cut with Turbo Force Deck $5999 This mower looks to be well built, has good edge trimming capability, trim edge very visible from seat, but I could not get it to track straight. Scag Tiger Cub 48 inch cut with Briggs ELS Engine. $5999 This mower handles great, has some edge trim capability but does has a center anti-scalp roller in front but has one in the rear. Trim edge not as visible as some. Exmark HP 44 inch 2005 $5700 Deck appears very well constructed but only has about 1/2 edge trimming capability. This appears to be common on most Exmarks except the wider models. Trim edge very visible from seat. Dixie Chopper Silver Eagle 44 inch with 20 hp Kolar. $5999 About 3 plus inches of trim edge which is very visible from seat, center anti-scalp roller, but foot lift some what stiff. Tracks very straight. Dixie chopper Silver Eagle 50 inch with 20 hp Kolar. $5999 About an inch of trim edge Dixon Kodiac 50 inch 20 hp Kolar $5450 very good trim edge, nearly 4 inches, but somewhat hidden by gas tank. 11 gage deck lightest of the group. Hustler Mini Z 42 inch $5000 I liked this unit but it had a smaller deck and is a new series. It also had a combination pump and wheel motor, hydrogear 2800 series. Not sure how this unit would hold up under bumpy ground conditions.