Hi all. We run around 3000 acres of dryland wheat here in Idaho. My main question for you all is what would you suggest would be a good header size with running a Gleaner S88 on ground that has very steep hills, a lot of terraces, and washes through the field? We are currently running an R62 with a 25 ft Honey Bee header, which works well, but we have been looking around to upgrade the machine to an S88, and to get a new MacDon D75 header. I have been looking at the 30 ft model, but was also wondering about the 45 ft model as well. I don't know if going with a 45 ft is just too much, or if it would work. So, if you could help me out with your input, suggestions, and experience with this that would be great. Thanks! Also, has anyone had any experience with the new Honey Bee Ariflex draper headers?