My brother and I are starting up right now. Last week, I went to several dealers pricing mowers. I hit one dealer, and he did not have Ferris' full line catalog, but a "new for 2006" 4 or 5 page brochure. Ok, the new Hydrowalk DD looks nice. Price is good compared to the Turf Tracer HP. Tell him I may buy it. Today, I go to another dealer much closer to me. They have one in stock and I've decided this is what I want. So, I do the credit app, get approved, etc, tell them I will take delivery. I get home and start looking at the catalog... WTF, the Hydrowalk DD in the '06 catalog looks NOTHING like the one in this brochure I have. Fixed deck, no electric start available, etc. The one in the brochure has a floating deck, standard electric start, the fuel tank is completely different, and the controls look to be improved. I call Ferris up, and the he tells me that the "nicer" one in the brochure is a new line, not available yet, the date was pushed forward, and it'll be available in September(brochure said spring of '06). So, I call the dealer to tell him that I was mistaken, and I don't want this mower. So they have to go through and cancel the credit approval, etc, and he tries to feed me a line of BS on the fixed deck being superior, etc. I know he wants to sell me this one NOW. I wouldn't have it, and ended up telling them to cancel everything until I decide what to do. Why can't dealers be informed of what's going on with their products? The first dealership, he looked right at the brochure with me. He should have known, and pointed out, that that model wasn't available yet. Would have saved me a TON of BS. Screw it, I'm getting an eXmark TT HP.