If you're sticking with the two models from Frontier I would get the heavier model. Also if you plan on crowning a driveway you may need to stick with the 3pt model since neither model appears to let you adjust bite depth from front to back or side to side. You would need adjust your 3pt to tilt the 1160 for the crown. I am not familiar with the 1060 style but if there is nothing to allow height adjustments on the blades in comparison to the running shoes then I'm not sure if you can crown a driveway based on the ball hitch design.Thx,the main reason I am choosing frontier is 0℅ financing on implements included in my package,I get all I want,that I pay for later on.i want to know if keeping air in the tires trades off on using a ball hitch,does hitch allow gravity to let it wobble,if it does not wobble as much with the 3 point ,making it stay rigid with the tractor.Can one way be better for speed or results?both connecting methods take about the same time to use from the b.h. transfer?At more money for a receiver hitch and ball?