For starters you couldn't give me a shirt or hat. Second I think I stated the Gleaner R series combine is a very good machine and the latest DT tractors are pretty decent. We have and buy a new planter every 2 or 3 years, did so with White and have with Kinze the past 2 times. Try to do a tractor every two years. My point and I think the others is if you want to sell your stuff you A better have a darn good product, B sell it at a competetive price and C bust your butt to prove you have a product, want to sell it and provide service. All this equipment out here today be it red, green or what ever color is pretty good and competetively priced which takes care of A and B so it pretty much comes down to C. In IL, outside of a couple dealers, AGCO gets an D- at best. Just look around red or green on every block with nice facilities, excellent service techs, loaded service vehicles, well stocked parts, young people who know the new technologies. Then look across the road at the old out of date buildings, a service truck which consists of a half ton pick up and a two tray tool box, limited parts, no one to help with new monitors and GPS equipment and on and on. You may call that whining, but here it's just plain old facts. And then if you want to drive a Massey there may be just 3 or 4 dealers in the whole state. So if you want me to support a product you better provide A, B AND C because 2 out of 3 don't cut it.