I recently became a first time home owner. I live in north eastern Kentucky in a rural area. As any property owner knows, and I discovered, your work is never done. I needed some equipment to maintain my 1 acre lawn, 1 acre wooded lot, remove snow/ice from my driveway in the winter, and other little odds and ends. So the search was on. I was looking for a decent lawn tractor that could mow my lawn and remove the snow in winter with a scraper blade or whatever. I soon discovered the Gravely two wheel tractors and the smorgasbord of attachments available for them. I think these little tractors are the best thing a home owner could have. They were in my price range and can do everything I need to maintain my property. They are tough too! So I purchased a used 5665 with the 12 hp Kohler that is two years my elder. It came with three original attachments: 30" brush-hog deck, 40" Professional lawn deck, and dozer/snow blade. I am currently in the process of building a few of my own attachments such as a pressure washer and stump grinder. I also have acquired some fixer up Gravelys and attachments like the rotary plow and cultivator. So yeah the Gravely two wheel is a perfect choice for me; one engine to maintain = grass mowed, garden plowed/tilled, wooded lot brush-hogged, and hopefully soon decks pressure washed and stumps ground into mulch. Sorry for the lengthy intro, thanks for the great site!