I recently had an order from J-Thomas. At the last moment I said go ahead and let me try some of your high lifts blades for a Scag 61" deck. The high lifts were 3" wide but just about $10 each. I rained yesterday morning and I didn't think I would be able to cut grass but I tried them in the evening on a thick but not too tall 3 acre lot. The grass was slightly wet to the touch so I set the deck on 3.25" and I noticed immediately how crisp the cut was. The more I cut the more I was impressed. When I engaged the blades I heard the high lifts roar kind of like a plane (much like the Exmark with high lifts sounds). I figured with all that lift I wold be clumping or scraping the deck in this damp fescue but it cut the entire 3 acres without a clump and when I pulled one wheel on the trailer to check the deck it was as clean. The clipping seemed smaller also. The Scag Velocity deck has always cut well but never as crisp as the Exmark but with these blades it was hard to tell much of a difference. I just thought I would share this information. I really never thought it would have made that much of a difference and was skeptical of the 3" wide blades but the lawn looked great. Unless I find some problem with these blades later I will probably get some more. I'm sure other suppliers or Lawnsite sponsors have similar blades that do as well but all I can report on at this time is the set I used. They were new out of the box and I didn't sharpen them, just used the factory edge. When I get more seat time with them I'll report back if your interested.