I think the target market for the B2401 is more ag than homeowner and it seems to me that the B2401 is the replacement for the B2320DT/DTN to consolidate the B series in to one platform. If thats true Kubota probably knows exactly how many they'll sell. From my limited experience with Kubota the dealer inventory varied significantly based on the customers served. In May when I was shopping before the B2401 landed the dealer I bought from had a B2320DT (and a DTN) and multiple L2501DT tractors in stock and more on the way. They didn't have a B2401 on order but gladly worked out a trade and got one of the first ones from another dealer in the area. I think vineyards and orchards tend to use the small tractors for mowing and pulling carts during harvest.Yes, that would be interesting to know. There are three Kubota dealers within an hour from me and none of them are interested in bringing them in unless a deal is made. If that’s the attitude all over NA the sales will be very low I would expect. Many people probably don’t even know it’s an option. The two dealers I approached didn’t even know what I was talking about when I said B2401. They each had to look it up..