Middle buster is NOT for preparing a seed bed. It's for digging trenches. If you want to make a nice mess of your garden, a middle buster would be the correct tool for the job.
What you want is something to prepare a smooth consistent seed bed. For larger areas nothing beats a moldboard plow and some sort of harrow to break up clods and level the dirt.
I suspect that you'll be plowing up some lawn to make this garden. The clumps of sod make for good organic material, but they are hard to break up with a disk or spring tooth harrow. A rototiller is the quickest way to chew them up, after you've given them a few days to die and dry up.
After the first year you can just plow, then harrow, then plant. If you need fine soil for certain crops, just use the tiller on selected areas of your garden.
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