I'm a big Kubota fan. I've got a 2006 Kubota ZD28 / 60" deck with about 723 hours on it. I was going to trade it in for either a Kubota ZG327 or Kubota ZD331, both with 60" decks. It was going to be either $3500 and my mower for the ZG327, or $5,000 and my mower for the ZD331. Kubota has 0% financing for 42 months right now, so the payment would have been between $75 and $125 per month, roughly. Biggest problem I have right now, I have no confidence in my accounts receivables. This is my 20th season. I've been doing the same properties for the same owners for many many years. This year I have slow payers, I have fast payers who used to be slow payers. I'm actually more concerned about the latter than I am about the slow payers. I'm concerned when people change their routine after a period of years. Why all of a sudden? Why now after years of taking 35-40 days to get paid, am I being paid in 5? And the slow payers (+20 days) has gotten to be a larger percentage of my clients as well, which changes cash flow. I'm not overly concerned about work, as once again I'm completely over my head in workload with current customers throwing work at me left and right, even without persuing it, so I know I'll get paid eventually. But with the fuel market going up up up, and with the receivables doing the roller coaster thing, I've decided it's time to just sit back on the stuff that's paid for, keep paying off the newer equipment, and see where this ends up.