I'm going to differ on the opinion on the deere, I drive 240's and 250's for snow removal, the arm rests will cram you in, that cab is also a real pain in the a$$ to get in and out of the hydraulic struts that hold the door open never do, the crappy wiper always drops when ever you open the door and gets bent or broken in the process. JD has the least user friendly cab I've even cramed myself into. You sit so far forwards in it that if you do tap a curb when plowing you'll be lucky not to put your face through the glass. speaking of glass jd puts the glass on the sides outside of the roll cage so it can get broken from falling debre and jammed when you try to open or close the windows. And I far prefer the option of riding with out the belt if I want to... in other words I like the lap bar in my bobcat and I don't mind the non-ratcheting seat belt either. Bobcat has the largest and some of the plushest cabs in the market period.