Good quality tools are important and you should not fret over spending good money for something that will last and give you less headaches. I have used the Toro Commercial and it was just a solid push mower and gave a good cut. The one I was using had 3 years on constant use on it and was still as smooth as butter. Nothing special, but will get the job done. I would give the nod to the Honda Commercial Mower since it sounds like it will be your main mower. I preferred this one over the Toro because I felt this is was stronger and the cut was nicer if that makes any sense. I only demoed the Snapper, but again found nothing wrong with it. I do not bag unless somebody really really wants it bagged after I give them the speech how the clippings act as natural fert and will cut down on watering.