I've been working all day on an install, not fooling around online. So, you're going to call me out for not being online all day on your forum? I rarely get on any of these forums or facebook pages, it's literally a waste of my time. I should promote more, that's for sure. Every one of my customers tells me that. However, I'm busy with doing the ACTUAL WORK. I design and build machines pretty much myself, with some of the fab done by local companies here in Grand Junction. They do alot of my waterjet cutting and shearing and bending work. You talk about your "truckmount experience" which I really don't think you have. I'm guessing you have always been on the name brand tit until now. What's the last actual repair you have done yourself....or ever? I'm on my 80th machine right now, not bad for one guy with EVERBODY against him! I'm not going anywhere, so you "big name" boys can come at me all you want. I'm all about high quality, fair prices, and highly personal customer service. I'm trying to do this a different way, if it doesn't work, I'll just go back to cleaning carpets and make the easy money. Sorry guys but it's true....Every time I do a carpet day ( and yes I still clean carpets regularly, I have to pay the bills ya know) I think...WOW, why am I not just doing this? Building machines is a passion for me and I want to just do that. I really don't think people realize what I can do in my little shop, the possibilities are are pretty large. It just depends on your budget and timeframe. I'm working on a "production model" as well, but almost everything I have done for the last couple years has been custom. Have a good night guys, I'm gonna take a nice long shower, eat a good dinner and hit the sack.