I do. I love this thing. It's thirty years old and still running pretty darn good. It was a huge financial deal for us, only a few years married, but we considered it an investment. We bought it and turned over a huge garden in southern Indiana clay soil, added loads of amenities, and used the tiller for cultivating. Of course, to add to the madness I planted over 100 tomato plants. (Omigosh, what was I thinking?!?!) You really can walk beside it and hold it with one hand while it works, it's so well balanced. We moved to a place where the soil is gorgeous black loam, and sometimes the tiller didn't get used for years. Yet every single time, it started up on the first or second pull. The throttle isn't taching up the engine like it should and the reverse is gone, yet it still turns over the soil. I've wondered if I need to replace the tiller, yet I haven't yet seen anything comparable to the quality of those old Troybilts of the 70s and early 80s. We were dismayed to see them one time in Sears. It was red; but it wasn't the same machine at all. It looked like every other cheap junk thing out there. We took this tiller to a local small engines guy about two years ago, and he put on new tines and gave her a tune up. He spoke reverently about these old ones. He agreed; the quality was extraordinary. I really miss the old days of the exceptional customer service from their company. They encouraged people to work on their own machines, and encouraged you to call if you needed any help. They put out newsletters focusing on different owners, gardening advice, parts, and recipes. It looks like most of those people are gone now and I believe the company was sold. Anybody else have one? Is it still running? What are your challenges with it?