It appears to me that the end is near for the commercial grade 21" trim mower. Several of the manufacturers of commercial 21" mowers have announced changes that, in my opinion, are going to severly decrease the quality of their mowers. Here is what it looks like is happening to some of these formerly good commercial 21's 1. JD has stopped making the JX 85. 2. JD has reduced the warranty on the JX75 to 90 days 3. Exmark has dropped the Kawasaki engine in favor of one of the gutless Honda engines. ( more on this later) 4. Toro has dropped production of the 2 stroke 5. Toro will drop the Kawasaki engine and replace it with one of the gutless Honda engines 6. Ariens quit producing a commercial 21" 7. Gravely is dropping the Robin engine and going with a cheaper B&S engine on their commercial 21" What are we left with? Not much. That Honda engine will make the Toro and Exmark mowers unusable in heavy mulching conditions. I have always found Honda engines durable, but gutless when the mowing gets tuff. My dealer says he won't even try to sell anyone the Gravely with the cheap B & S engine on it. Things are looking bleak for those of us that need a good quality commercial 21".