The Gravely Promaster 200 Riding Lawnmower has a large, sixty inch cutting width. With a large lawn, this comes in very handy. Even with the wide cut, our lawn takes three hours to cut, so this mower helps a low. It is also has a zero turn radius. It does take a bit of getting used to since to steer it, you have to move the levers with your hands. To stop it, you simply put the levers back into the neutral position. To back up, you pull the levers back towards yourself. My main complaint, and the reason I didn't give it an outstanding rating is that the mower was expensive, and the replacement parts are very expensive as well. It also takes three blades to cut the full sixty inch width. It also gets stuck quite easily. I'm sure we could solve that problem if we were to purchase new tires for it, but since we don't normally cut when the lawn is wet, I don't know if we will bother.