To those that have knowledge and experience with grain drills...please allow me to pick your brain a little. Food plotting equipment/implements that I have: 1. A 40hp tractor - use it all of the time. 2. A tiller that I have used often in preparing seed beds for various plantings and also fire breaks. 3. Two sprayers, one for an ATV(20? gallon) and also one for the tractor(40? gallon). 4. A disc that I don't use much. 5. A brush hog mower that I use all of the time. 6. Three broadcast seeders, one for the ATV, one for the tractor and a hand operated one. What I don't have is a drill, but I am not 100% sure what I want/need. I want to no till, if I can, with it. I want to be able to seed grasses(switch), soybeans and corn, brassicas and milo/Egyptian Wheat. If I go "big time" with a heavy duty drill then I think my tractor may not be up to that task AND I don't know that I want to spend that amount of $$'s for something that I am only going to use a half dozen times per year, etc. I don't want some low end "toy" either. Is there something in the $4K to $10k range that would be say, a minimum of 6' wide and "built to take it" and a 40hp would be able to run it fine?