I think the brand my neighbor let me borrow was a landpride, great tiller 5 ft.
Whatever brand you buy I would not assume the slip clutch on the drive shaft is properly set. On a rotary cutter if you hit something the blades have some kickback before you sheer a bolt or slip the clutch.
On a tiller there is no give when you catch a rock or big root in the tines, something has to give now!!!!
We caught a few things in that landpride and it Worked prefect, never any damage.
The slower ground speed the tractor will go and maintain the proper rpm the better.
We used the landpride with a TO35 Ferguson and a new little MF with a 12 speed transmission 4x4, it really worked good with the little ferry.
Wish I owned one.