I can see how no flat tires can be a heck of lot less PITA, I'd much rather change the slide plate on my own schedule than fixing a flat during the middle of the day. But, how does the manuverability compare to 1 wheeled sulkies? how about 2 wheled sulkies? just by looking at it it seems the corners will dig into anything but ultra flat ground when doing a "zero turn" with a WB hydro. It also looks like the shear size of it requires you to check your clearances on every turn, looking behind and to the sides to make sure you don't chop down the saplings. Where as the wheeled units seem to have all the hardware directly beneath your feet. I have never used any type of stand on unit, but it seems the wheeled ones would make the 180 degree turns a lot better. When you step off it to go over pavement or mow steep hills it looks like you need to extend your arms and walk further away from the mower than usual to avoid hitting your shins on the unit. However it looks like a better option compared to the wheeled units that look like you need to lift and clip every time you need them out of the way which I will be doing a lot because of many steep hills on my props. I really need some type of stand on unit for next year, and I don't really care about the price as long as it is the easiest to use. So, is the Proslide the best option for stand on WB?