Shortly after the tornadoes swept thru our North GA 20 acre plot in the mountains, on a hillside with 30-40 degree slope, my little Case 220 (probably 40's vintage) just died. We had lost 13 full size trees - firewood which I needed to gather and split etc. So I ran to Blue Ridge GA Home Depot and bought a BD700 4 wheel drive, bare bones model. After a couple days I noticed the brakes weren't "working". Checked the master cylinder and there wasn't ANY fluid in there. Went back to Home Depot and talked to the salesman, he grabbed the manager who listened to my description of the problem. It took him about 4 seconds to offer me an exchange for an upscale model with roof and windshield - trucked to my residence the next morning. I built a 4 X 4 trailer with 3 foot high sides. I can stock the trailer with oak wood piled at least a foot over the top of the trailer. Wanda (that's her name cause she and I "wanda" all over the property looking for firewood) will pull that trailer straight up a 40 degree leaf covered slope without even panting. The oversize wheels make it perfect for pulling loads through the wooded area without bottoming out on stumps or ancient logs. The automatic 4 wheel drive is simply awesome - it's not even noticeable until the front wheels click a half turn and grab traction. For the price, and for the service, and for the quality, and for the ease of use, I would do this again without even thinking.