I got the Snowsport HD plow for my Ranger. It goes in the receiver hitch. It has no power, just rides up and down on two vertical posts. The top 2/3 of the plow is aluminum, the bottom 1/3 is rubber. There is a transport position where the plow is secured to the top of the posts, which is still below the headlights. The snow pics have it in transport position. You can go 55mph with the plow in the transport position. When you back up, the bottom of the plow pivots away from the truck, so you can back up without dragging snow (but you can't back-drag unless you put tie-down straps on the bottom of the plow). Link to PlowSite.com discussion - See Post #11 about tie-down straps. Only $1300 with shipping, including a front receiver for your truck. You can get an "Angle Interceptor" to angle the blade, as shown in the first photo. The first time I plowed, I angled the blade, the second time I left it flat. My driveway is 450 yards, steep, and gravel. And I have a 4-car wide concrete pad in front. Only used it twice so far, but has worked well. Props to SnowSport for a nice design. I clear out my concrete pad first, pushing it all to the back of my turn-around. I can do all of this without re-positioning the plow. I make a pass down the driveway, dropping off a pile of snow at two intermediate spots, and at the bottom. At the bottom, I put the plow in transport position and back up the driveway to make the second pass. Then back to the bottom, and finally I have to shovel the small pile at the bottom off to the side of the road. This forum helped me make my decision, so I'm returning the favor by posting my experience.