I've been following some recent posts on tillers and been doing some research from past posts. After all the great info and realizing my use would be limited I just went with one of the cheapest ones (price at least). I went to Agri Supply on Saturday and picked up this tiller. With some of the reading I thought I was going to have to do some modifications similar to the King Kutter to get this tiller i-Match compatible, but to my surprise and delight it was pretty much hook and go. I had to adjust the top hook on the i-Match up one set of bolts in order for the top tiller mount to rest on the hook, but that was it.
48 Inch Rotary Tiller-Tillovators | Agri Supply #77709
To date, I've done about 200 ft (4 passes at about 50') in sandy soil (virgin earth) for my neighbor. It took me about 15-20 minutes where it would have taken him maybe two hours and a lot of sweat with a small garden tiller. My wife and I will probably do a small garden too, but I'm also going to turn some soil to plant grass seed. I was thinking I might put out a post to see if I can do a few more small gardens for people in the area to get a little money back on his thing, but it's not something I really have to do.
Just sharing the news...let me know if anyone has any questions.