I've been using strait blades (meyers with wings) for several years with good success but I'm always looking to improve my speed and quality of service (make more money). The accounts I think I would pull the most would be residential drives, most of my commercial are strait pushes.For the average drive I spend 5-10 min. plowing and stacking.The first 25' or so never looks to sharp by backdragging with a front plow but it works. As I see it a pull plow would do the following: plus side- 1.better finish 2.save 2-5 min time minus side- 1.extra lenth on truck,more liability 2.more weight on truck,accelerated wear (I already counterbalance). Is an additional $3000.00 investment per truck (with an average of 3 plows per season) worth the time savings I invision? While I have no first hand knowledge since no one else uses pull plows in my market at this time, I can't help but think it would be a bad investment. With all that said, I would like opinions on my logic and comments from people who are using pull plows to be certain I'm not overlooking a means for more business and profits.