Just got back from touring the Case IH factory in Grand Island, Nebraska. It was a great time and amazing to see the effort and technology that go into making the Case IH 88 and 20 series combines. From the laser cutters to the part of the line where small and large frames are "married" to the top section of the machines was really cool. The most impressive part by far was the attitude and friendliness of the employees at the plant. We were encouraged to stop and visit with the employees as they worked during our three hour tour, and they were very eager to answer any questions. That day they had 26 machines to build and they do not leave until the 26th on is completed. It was well worth the time spent to see how our machines are made and makes me proud to run red as my combine. Thanks to all the great employees for a wonderful experience, it is something I will remember and take pride in as I harvest with my 8010 and 2588.