We were just awarded new contacts for brand new town homes and condos,we didn't do the install, we were just awarded the maintenance contract .If the observations I have concluded about stand on mowers are correct,they would be good on these account's. I have been noticing many stand on type Z-turns around the area.One conclusion I have made is, these machines take up much less space on a trailer, then a full sized Z-Turn. Observing wright's and Danes around the area, it appears as if two stand on's could fit in the trailer space of one Z-Turn,they look very compact on the trailers I've seen them on. You fellows who own Wright, Dane or any of the stand on Z-Turns, what kind of operating learning curve was there for you're employees, or yourself to use these type mowers. Are there any major maintenance issues with stand on's that you don't have with a ride on Z-Turn.What kind of cut do they deliver, and are they prone to any kind of scalping. Any and all observations would be most welcome.