I took forever getting pics up of the zahn, but here is a new favorite. We were at the lake today and had to chunk it into the water. I swam them over to the side, and "knuckles", our zahn, did the rest.
I think it's what you get used to. I have a grapple bucket like you have treevet on my regular skid, and I believe when I get my mini i'd probably prefer that type on it as well, as opposed to the hanging kind. I've learned to work well with it. The only thing i think might be better with the bmg style is loading brush in the chipper. But once again, the guys who've been running the bmg all along probably think we're crazy. These things become an extension of our bodies so it's hard to break habits.I had a bmg grapple on one of my mini's and did not like the uncontrolled spin on the unit and how far out front it stuck out and how low it hung down.
I had a BMG grapple on one of my mini's but did not like the free spinning grapple or the down and out front nature of it which reduced capacity some imo. The spinning made it hard to grab at times without getting off the machine. I sold it and the next guy did not like it either.