I'm 99% sure the JD 4320 is the tractor we've decided on. We were leaning heavily towards the NH45DA that we had in the past, but the specs on the JD are better, and the price we've been quoted locally is definitely better. I've sent a quote request to several dealers, and will see where it ends up. We haven't yet decided if we're going to get the backhoe (448 model) or not, but have decided to start progress on our land, the loader, brush hog and a grapple make the most sense. Maybe this fall, a blade and a box blade. Any feedback on folks with this model greatly appreciated. I asked on Tractorbynet, and between the JD 4320 and the NH45DA, preference seems to be the JD Also, for temporary shelter until we can get the shop built (hopefully this fall) we were considering buying one of the 14' Port-a-huts with the front swinging doors as a "Garage". Anyone know if the tractor will fit with the ROPS down? The hut is 8' in the center, but there are some support brackets. We could dig down a bit for more height. This seems like a good solution because we can put footers in and lock it down, but since it comes in sheets and we have no more than a logging trail onto the land, we could probably get it down on the tractor with the flat bed. Last, we love port-a-huts and could later use it for livestock. The Wandering Quilter's Life in a Box!