Hydraulically activated SSQA locking pins are a wonderful thing!Should you get SSQA is a personal question that only you can answer.
If you have smooth concrete floors to help with pin alignment and only change implements once in a while then SSQA might be more of a nice to have than a need to have.
I typically switch front implements several times a day so pin on is a no go for me. I’m tempted to go hydraulically activated SSQA but I still have to get off the tractor to hook up the front remotes. The only time Id save is swapping the bucket.
I bought my L48 TLB used, and it came that way.
I had no idea how easy the 3rd function diverter locking system would make my life (I'm old).