I've put a few hours on this demo Wright for the last two weeks. Nice little unit, very simple and basic. I have a few pics of it cutting some crabgrass which I was surprised it didn't miss any or leave a big mess. It will really climb a hill but side to side/along the slope it doesn't have as much traction as my Turf Tiger. That was basically my main reason for testing it. It's kind of hard not to like this unit though. It has a very small footprint, it's light, probably could tow it with a golf cart, cuts pretty well dry, didn't get a chance to test it wet, and it can work well in some tight spots. This is not a comparison against the Toro Grandstand, you would need to use a Wright ZK for that. Just thought I would share a few pics. Nothing special. They have been working on the lawn on the pic with my helper going up a hill, that is not scalping. He was just testing it on the hill. Second and third pic is pure crabgrass, it was sew with fescue seed during a drought and never came up.