Not sure if this has been posted, but Deere now has a Tips Notebook (http://tipsnotebook.deere.com) that could be another resource for some on how to complete a task or using a particular piece of equipment.
From the email announcement:
"Introducing TipsNotebook.com, the new home for our compilation of tips, ideas and collective wisdom about how to get all kinds of jobs done around your place. Searchable. Downloadable. Organized by project category. It's loaded with easy-to-understand instructions, videos, and links to product information.
It's all brought to you by Frontier Equipment and John Deere. Because helping you with answers to your how-do-I-do-this questions is just as important as providing you some of the world's most dependable equipment.
Find the answers you want at TipsNotebook.com. And find every tractor, utility vehicle, implement or attachment you could possibly need at your local John Deere dealer."
Be forewarned, the articles have a fair (alot) of references about having service or tasks completed at your local dealer, which we would expect. But since we drink the green Kool-aid, it should not come as a surprise to anyone here.
The image below shows the page (http://tipsnotebook.deere.com)