To reinforce a few things already mentioned and encourage others I'll share my recent experience. I've had brief interactions with Knuckleboom trader Todd Brady, the folks at Tiffin, and some other large crane dealers and manufacturers. Todd was very helpful and is really dialed in to the k-boom community. He and I had some good conversation regarding the technology and marriage of the grapple saw a long time ago. He's a good guy. The folks at Tiffin were also helpful and obviously at the forefront of these matters. I spoke to other crane builders closer to us that had no idea of the concept but assured me that they could create a great package. I'm sure they could have. However, after enjoying time and conversation with several tree-mek owners (I'm greatful for Rick Yoos, Glenn Gerasimek, Doug Doll, Nichols tree, etc..) We had the fortune to meet Rick Cooney at Westminster Hydraulics. He is currently building a unit for us. With nothing but respect to the other dealers mentioned, Westminster's passion for the craft and similar ideals were undeniably the reason we wanted them to build our unit. After walking us through the initial stages of the build, I now realize that you can't let anyone tackle this project. It's become obvious that there are some small nuances and details that will easily create tens of thousands of dollars of difference of profitability over the life of the unit. Westminster wants to seek out system flaws and turn them into opportunites. They're making strides with this technology. Big time. The tree-mek community has been wildly helpful to me and I hope to help others as I've been helped. We'll all enjoy the benefits of the folks who have done things the right way and taken some risks.