Hello lawn site, so I finished my second year in the lawn business, and I want to get new equipment for my third year, as the past two years I have been using a Bradley stander, very reliable, but I think it is time to upgrade to something more heavy duty. I am leaning towards SCAG zero turn mowers, I demoed a few, and since I market towards very large lawns, around 1\4 acre to 2 acres, I'm looking at either a 61" diesel turf tiger or a 61" cheetah with Kawasaki. I'm leaning towards the diesel, as it has more power and a better fuel economy, but is diesel really necissary? also, I'm looking at stand on mowers, but there is a dizzying array, I want one that has great cut quality and stripe capability, that disperses clippings evenly and doesnt clump too much in wet grass,as well as good hill stability,comfort, and power a lot of the name brands have only one-two of these factors, which is frustrating. after about a week of web surfing, 3 brands that seem good in the stand on area are wright, scag, and ferris. I researched them more and heard lots of things, that wrights cut quality is horrible, while others said it cuts beutifley, that scags cut quality was awesome, but its hill stability was bad, and that ferris has lots of power, but OK cut quality, I will be demoeing the vride, wright stander intensity and zk, and the ferris z2 and z3x, in the meantime, can you give me some advice? thank you! I'm sorry this article is so long.