Thanks all for the comments.
mx270a: I would say there are 11-1300 pictures, had to widdle them down from about 4gb of pictures or around 2500 pics.
iahawks: The drapers heads worked awesome in all conditions except in areas where there were alot of rocks, they cut so close that they would pick rocks worse that the 1020's. Quality of cut is hands down the best there is on the market today and we put them in some pretty severe hills with sharp valleys and they still cut as good as the true flex heads. We didn't get to do any edibles with them but after running them I would love to do a field of Navies just to see how well they would work. Mud would cause some problems pushing in some conditions but they still worked well.
olblue: We have put headers in the truck boxes for years. Pretty common in the harvesting industry for guys with straight trucks to do that. We have built "booms" which attach to the feederhouses and then we use the "boom" and lift to the left of the feederhouse opening on the header so the left side of the header comes up and then we back the truck under the header as far as possible then we take the combine and boom to the right side of the header and lift on the reel arm to lift the header and then we push the header in the rest of the way. Once everyone knows how it is done a couple guys can do it in about 5 min. Here is a link to a series of pictures of the loading process taken by mx270a http://www.lefebure.com/farming/2004harvest/7/
roundbaler: All but one of the combines were new this last year and we have traded already for new 2588's for next season. Anyone interested in a terrific set of used combines should give these guys a call www.pioneergarage.com
as these were one of the best sets of combines we have had for reliability and productivity in many years. The STX worked good on the cart, needs more ponies and a lot less weight but is was a day and night difference compare to the MX's. Never had it stuck on the cart but we were close to having it stuck on the planter this spring once but we were able to push ourselves out with the telescoping hitch on the Kinze planter, got to love Mr. Kinzenbaw's engineering dept.