Thanks Johnny G. !!!! It works much better than I thought it would. The mower handles it better than the castering sulky I had which was a big surprise to me. You can still zero turn while standing on it. You can nose upto a tree and back up a few inches to pivot around the tree without stepping off as well. Nice attachment, only downside- stepping off to back up and go on hard surfaces (not a problem on most properties). I like it better than the castering sulky now that I've used it all day. At first it was awkward but it's almost second nature now (like anything). Keeps you on ground level and rides over alot of the bumps that jar your body straight to your brain with a wheel sulky, goes over the dog holes too. Doesn't take much effort for the mower to pull it. When you turn around you can reverse for a few inches so it pulls closer to the mower then do your zero turn, has less leverage on the mower and is shorter rig then. Nice in that when you wanna walk a tight section of a lawn you can just step off and it folds up instead of stopping to disconnect it like a regular sulky. I like it lots. Did I mention the stripes are awesome too!!!!! No flat tires, think the skid plate is somewhere around $30? Maybe? The tarp strap is only there because one of the gas shocks is alittle weak. Needs alittle weight on front end. If you haven't yet, you need to try one of these things!