Why is it that almost all zero-turn mowers (including Hustler's) are missing two obvious things? 1: I can buy any rider from Lowe's or Home Depot and have fairly decent headlights. To get them on a zero-turn, it's an option and looks like some cheap add-on. 2: 99% of all commercial mowers generally are transported from job to job on some type of trailer or other vehicle. Yet there are basically no dedicated places on these machines to securely strap the machine down for transporting. Especially from the four corners. I love my Hustler and wouldn't trade it for the world. I'm certainly not picking on Hustler because this is an industry wide problem. Seems almost rediculous a mower anywhere from $5000 - $13,000 doesn't come with these BASIC things. Thanks. P.S. If Hustler decides to start doing these two things, I promise not to sue for stealing my idea.