Ok all of you Exmark guys. I finally bit the bullet and bought a TT. So heres your chance to show me how to set it up so the cut will impress me. Hears my story. I have had my old Scag fixed deck for years very satisfied with it. It just has to many hours and its time to retire. It always had a good cut nothing to fuss about, just my local dealer quit caring Scag and the nearest dealer is to far away so parts are getting harder to come by. My rider has been a Hustler Super Z. It cut ok from the factory but with many hours of reading here at lawnsite I have made great strides in the cut quality. So much so that my second rider is a Hustler Super Z as well. So I have been experimenting with my new TT to get a great cut from it as well. I have read for years here how good the cut is, so maybe I was expecting to much out of the box. It does cut better than my old Scag and maybe as good as my super z, but not better. So what is the best way to set it up. I know that others have different cutting conditions, but what works best for you? So far I have used the factory high lifts, gator blades, and the mulching kit with mulching blades. Nothing bad but where is that Exmark quality of cut that I thought I was missing out on. I need opinions on the stripping kit, Is it worth the money? How about sulkies. Which one works best for you? I have my old one wheel not a Velky but similar. It is wore out and wobbles alot making it rough on my ankles and a little extra work staying balanced. I bought a new Velky 2wheel sulky I thought it was the answer. It is a little easier and not as tiring as my old one. Turns a little wider and I have to watch tripping on it when walking across step slopes, wider as well. Better but I"m not sure it is exactly what I'm looking for. How about the Proslide, Is it better? I know its alot of questions but I'm trying to get it setup this fall so I'll be read to go in the spring.