Well, I don't know where else to post this, but this is a matter of large importance to me. My house is located out in the boonies connected to the main county road by a 2/3 mile hilly gravel lane. This sucker is a bear for most cars even in good weather, but in the the winter, the thing is the definition of "bastard." Every time a 3-5 inch snowstorm with wind comes around, this thing drifts multiple feet over making clearing it an uber challenge. At the moment, we have a Ford F-350 with a V10 and a snowplow which performs excellent...until eventually the sidewalls of this lane are 10+ feet high and MOVING snow is impossible. It has been decided that a snowblower is the only real way to go to keep our lane clear across the winter season. My question is what is the best "bang for the buck" snowblower one can buy to mount in front of a 1-ton truck? I know these things aren't cheap, but I know there are quite a few options out there for the application. I'd just like to know which ones are good ones for the money.