Greetings and Salutations!! I'm just a small time guy and I'm not even sure if I'm worthy of posting in this sub forum; if not, fill free to move or delete this thread. I've been doing some small postage stamp 50 feet x 50 feet residential yards in my own neighborhood on the side apart from my day job; which has been cut to 30 hours a week because of the recession. I've been using a reel type mower which is fine for cutting short Bermuda, but doesn't cut tall fescue very well unless you want to kill it. Some of the houses in this subdivision have tall fescue lawns, but they were all originally planted with Bermuda by the builder. I think I've narrowed my selection down to 3 rotary mowers: 1.Toro Hi-Vac 22189 Commercial 2. Honda HRC216K3HXA Commercial 3. Snapper Hi-Vac CP2160KWV Commercial They all have a BBC except for the Snapper, but the Snapper is excellent at suction. I don't know how well the Toro and Honda are at suction. I'm doing all bagging and don't need to mulch at all; which is why I'm putting a priority on suction rather than mulching ability. A user friendly mower with easy to use controls would be nice too. My next door neighbor is a professional gardener. His routine is to edge and trim first, then blow all the clippings onto the center of the lawn, and then mow with his Snapper Hi-Vac commercial mower in a clockwise direction. The Snapper has such excellent suction, that it leaves nothing behind. My only reservations about the Snapper is that it has no BBC. I'm thinking if the Snapper had a 1/4 inch thick aluminum deck like the Toro, along with a Hydrostatic shaft drive transmission like the Honda, it could very well be the perfect WB bagging mower, but I know that's wishful thinking. What are your thoughts?