If you use your tractor beyond its capabilities, then you are an accident waiting to happen, and when it happens, it is going to be your own fault. Just because you can, doesn't mean that you should. As a retired EMT, I have seen the results of people pushing the limits of machinery, and some of them, I wasn't able to help, but a friend of mine was the last to let them down.So it's been a few years since this post and this float feature is still trash. Why not add a lever for those who want to use the float function. Instead of bridging it into the let down load function. If I want to drop the load, I want to drop the load. (Let the operator control the speed). I try to speed up the dropping of the load and its overridden by the trash float feature which takes over and slowly drops load exactly what I don't want. All the condescending comments on here about reading the manual or learning to feather the controls... It's a trash feature and quite dangerous to apply it to the lowering of the loader unless in separate location. I have since filled my rear tires with water which helped a bunch. I use this tractor to 110% of it's capibilities. Remember safety 3rd.