I only have 29 hours on my 1025 and really enjoy it. Does good job cutting my 1&1/2 acres with the 60” deck. Purchased a snow plow for the FEL and it also did great this winter. My only complaint is the JD seat. I weigh 250 lbs and it takes very little for the seat to bottom out hitting my tail bone. I have contacted my dealer asking if there was a fix and he said he never heard of anyone having this problem since the seat was redesign in 2013, so no. I been reading a lot on GTT and have seen different options. Anyone install Kens springs and did they really fix the problem. It would seem the springs are close to the middle of the bottom of the seat, in Fact maybe a little bit more towards the front and just don’t see how this can help the problem of seat bottoming out at the back. I really don’t understand why JD used rubber bumpers in the back instead of maybe a couple of springs , like a Bicycle seat has. My simplicity tractor was 30 years old and never once had this problem and that seat was so worn I sat on cardboard because the seat padding was gone and still the seat never bottomed our. If anyone has installed Ken springs and they are around 250 lbs or more and it help please let me know, or and other suggestions. It’s shame that JD doesn’t admit there is a problem and come out with a fix. Ken said he sells about 50 pairs of his springs ever month so there must be lots of people with this problem and I think JD needs to fix this.