Did you see the article in the last issue of Dairy Goat Journal about the UdderlyEZ mare milker, which an 87yo lady was using to milk her goats? It sounds like a terrific tool, no way for the milk bucket to be kicked over, clean milk, and making it easy for someone with arthritis or carpal tunnel to milk. I went to the web site, www.udderlyez.com, looked it over, and decided it was worth a try. 159.95 plus shipping. The shipping is reasonable, less than $12 to my home. I ordered it and am anxiously awaiting its arrival. My one concern is with the size of the milk collection bottle that comes with it (quart size for the sheep/goat model). I'd like to use a larger container - a 1/2 gallon, at least. Is anyone around here using one of these, and can you tell me if they have a standard sized screw top like you woud find on a juice bottle, for example? I'm looking for the diameter of the top of the bottle so I can see if I have a larger bottle that might fit it. Also, how do you like it? Did you find it to be as easy to use and gentle on the goat as it was advertized to be? Any difficulties in learning to use it? TIA for any info.