Okay, I'm going to chime in here. First of all I'm no sled expert or anywhere's close and all the sleds I have bought in the last few years has came from info on THIS SITE. A couple years back I bought a beautiful Tundra II, like almost new after serching a couple years & forever, found out had medical issue so put it on craigslist, gone before I knew what had happened.Sight unseen and didn't care if it even ran [yikes] and when they picked it up I asked them to aleast start it which they finally did. Then after kicking my rear end started looking for another one a year later. Finally found a 2006 Skandic LT that was hardly used and just happened to be the first guy to call on it. He was receiving calls to buy it while I was picking it up. Said he didn't realize how popular the machine was AND he was even offered more then the asking price. Still haven't rode it but my son Kenny has and thinks it's tippy compared to the Bravo I bought for him after I got the Skandic. The Bravo has a long track and he loves that thing.
So the bottom line is they are all a sought after sled for the purpose of chasing cats, trapping and the bravo has a big following of parents wanting a sled for their children.
Hunt with your Kids, not for them.