I current own a Kubota ZTR with a suspension seat which I really like, but I have a terribly bumpy back yard and really take a beating on the Kubota when I run flat out. I demo'd a Ferris 2100z and while I like the suspension part of the mower, the steering was terribly sloppy compared to my Kubota, so much so that I really wasn't interested in the mower. The Ferris reminded me of driving an older american pick-up truck where you could actually turn the steering wheel a little left and right and never actually turn the truck at all. I see that the Scag Cheetah also offers a suspension mower (thought a little different than the Ferris). It will be a pain to get a demo of one (different dealer) and I was wondering how the Scag stacks up against the Ferris for those that have used both? Is the Scag steering sloppy like the Ferris or precise like the Kubota? Is Scag's platform suspension as much of a upgrade over the Kubota's suspension seat as the Ferris was? Just trying to avoid wasting mine and the dealers time with a demo if the Scag is going to handle like the Ferris did. Thanks in advance.