If you look at my signature block below, you can see my current mowers im using. I just picked up a few lawns that are bigger than the majority of the lawns ive been cutting with my 30 inch exmark. The 34 inch ZTR isn't working yet, but my next step is to get it going. Now on too my question....to round out my mower fleet, and increase productivity as a solo, im considering a walk behind. I am looking at a turf tracer 48 with the key start, bagger, and a sulky . My question is how well do these mowers work on uneven terrain that ISNT perfect grass. one customer im starting to mow has very bumpy yard that is more like the natural grasses in the area, and the property has many mesquite trees on it. How well will a walk behind do in conditions like those? obviously I don't want to tear up a new mower like that too bad. I am open to considering a 48" stander also, and am curious to know what yall think. My problem with the standers is that they are about 300 pounds heavier than a comparable walk behind, and also about 2-3000 bucks more than the turf tracer. I was quoted a price for a new 48 inch turf tracer with key start for 6600 bucks....is that on par? Should I move up to the stander instead? Looking for your inputs as Ive reached a point where I will need to expand and want to get the right equipment for it to increase my productivity. My thoughts are that I can use the 48 for the front lawns even on the smaller yards with gates (in addition to the bigger yards), and hit the backs with the 30 or 21 inch when needed. Some lawns must be bagged by customer request, so I will still need the ability to switch from mulch to bag, and have the ability to make quick height adjustsments from yard to yard. Decisions, decisions....but I must admit, the funnest part of this business for me is the toys (new equipment) we get to buy and use....LOL Im looking for your inputs on which type of mower, but I don't want this post to be a Exmark is better, or Wright, or whatever. this isn't meant to be a comparison of Brand, so id like to keep the discussion related to Stander, or walk behind, and will they fit my needs to increase productivity...thanks a bunch in advance. I should also mention that I have no experience with the walk behinds or standers yet.