I skipped lawn and landscape improvements this past year (we moved in, in fall of '12), in lieu of putting on a new roof (spring), and new flooring in the house (fall). So, as soon as the weather breaks, I plan to make the new loader earn it's keep by moving somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-12 yards of 1-2" stone & around 5 yards of gravel. I have a few more bushes to yank out, and significant wash-out repair to make to one of my slopes in the lawn...holes 2-3' deep!
I also got caught this fall by early snows and cold, and never made my rounds with the tiller to turn a few gardens I normally help with. I'm 3pt tiller shopping this now, and hope to transition to a 540pto tiller vs the belt drive GT tiller I've been beating on for the past few years.
I've warned my wife, that when spring hits, I'll be outdoors quite a bit! (She'll be 7 months pregnant by the time our ground thaws, so I'll need to escape!)