I borrowed my neighbors 5 ft tiller for a few years, worked behind my TO-35 Fergy.
Worked good, ground always looked great when I when over it a couple of times with the tiller.
But, there seems to always be a but.
The tiller works up the ground very fine, planted my garden, if you get a rain before the plant come up, the ground packs hard, much worse than working up the ground with a disk.
I when back to the disk, my JD corn planter has rubber boots or pads attached to the rear pack wheels, so it smooths and packs the ground fine, corn comes up good.
other items are planted with one of those earth way planters, it also packs ground fine and garden comes right up.
no more problem with ground being packed so.
But i will give the tiller its due, ground sure looks good when you use the tiller.
nice toy, but not necessary to grow a good garden. I still have to plow and disk.
get wire or weeds wrapped around that thing and you will be there awhile.