At first I was hooking up to the ball hitch, which is low to the ground, I would get a lot of wheel spin, then it was suggested to hook up higher. I couldn't do that on BMP, there was nothing to hook to, so I broke out Hulk II, and attached to the top of the sleve hitch. Hulk is much lighter than BMP so I wasn't sure how well that would work. Wow did it make a difference. The tires hooked up alot better, and there was alot more snap crackle pop from the branches as I tugged them out. With just me on the tractor, the wheelies were less than 1" as you can see in the video. Then I hooked up to that large branch, and just dug holes. I was getting ready to unhook and get the pole saw out to make the branch more managable, then My Son came over and sat on the tractor and tried it. Same result, I put the saw down, and steped on the sleve hitch (we were in 2nd LO) and that machine stood up, sleve touched the ground, he fethered the clutch and there was a loud cracking sound and the branch broke free. That's when my Daughter got the camera. The ride out back was cool, the 18 B/S twin had a much deaper tone and as I stood on the hitch I could tell the front was light, but set well enough to steer, and the AGS were making a deep zipper pattern in the yard. If you listen close you can hear my Daughter say "we look like a couple kids" I can tell you, I was having a blast, and real impressed with Hulk that day. Too bad the weather today is chilly and windy. I could work on the remaining Cedar, but I think I will save it for a nicer day.