It's still a lot stouter than the lawn versions they sell at the box stores and the center of gravity is nice and low with a pretty wide stance. My yard is very hilly and the utility size seemed a little too top heavy for my yard. The bigger $$ tag also helped convince me to go with the garden version. Used to have to sit on the fender and chains and all that jazz with my old cadet. Now I can just sit there and go anywhere in the yard without any worries.
Sure could've used that front end loader a couple years ago when I pulled up about ten cubes of old brick from my walkway and patio and replaced them with new pavers. (also wiping drool from chin...) Hand picked about half of them until I got the bright idea to give them away to whoever would come and pick 'em, load 'em, and haul them away. Only wish I had thought of it sooner... Got pretty good at throwing them into my little wagon with the pick end of a brick hammer. If you scooped it just right and centered up pretty good you could pull and load in one swoop...!
Anywho... nice machine. With only 200 hrs. on it you'll be good for a long time... Eleven years and 200 hrs. you'll probably be good for another 50!!