I think they have a personality, but it is probably just my appreciation, of their abilities! My WD45 is the most powerful beast that I have, and only when plowing,or discing can I apreciate it.It ok for skidding my 3 16'x8' hog sheds, which the B can;t do, but it doesnt act like a tractor should on other stuff.It has loaded tires and a very strong 3 pt hitch, but is useless on most loader work, I have to carry a 8' tandem disk on the 3 pt, to keep from spinning with the loader on, and that just helps some, but doesn't stop it.My Allis B, on the other hand,does'nt just do it's job, but excels in every thing it is put to. The B will pull the 8' disk, with 2 sections of spike tooth harrow. behind, thru plowed ground, and is sometimes on the verge of spinning out, but gets ahold and keeps on going.Yes I do have calcium in the rears, and front tires. and 200 lb's of weights on the nose. The little tractor picks up large round bales on a 3 pt bale spear, and feeds the cattle daily. Sometimes I have to back up a hill, to get a bale delivered. The B always starts in any weather, and wears a modern hydraulic system, with the pump on the front. With it's back blade, and back scoop, and a 20' log chain, it landscaped this place in 2000, and jerked small locust trees out by the roots, with the front wheels at the 2:00 position. I just naturaly go to it first, when I have something to do. It reminds me of the story of the little engine that could!