What are your thoughts/opinions/experiences on Iron Horse brand air compressors? They are made by Wood Industries, Inc. I am looking at a 60 gallon tank that runs 11.2 CFM @ 90 PSI and I can get it for around $450 after taxes from a local store. I don't need that much air, right now, but for the price I'm looking at, it seems stupid to get a good 20 gallon tank that I will likely grow out of. My budget is pretty hard at $500. In the smaller tanks (also a lot less CFM), I can have my pick, but in the large tanks (and CFM) I only have a few choices. It has to be local as the travel or to pay for shipping quickly puts me over budget. I live in a small town, no Lowes or Home Depot. My options right now are: Iron Horse $457 http://www.eaglecompressor.com/air_compressor_model.php?recordID=277 or Puma $519 http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200455341_200455341 or Campbell Hausfeld $536 http://www.chpower.com/productdetail/shop-air-60-gallon-air-compressor_vt6275 The Puma is popular around here, but the two people I know that have them have had completely opposite experiences. One: no problems. The other: engine failure and issues keeping PSI up. The CH is the most common brand I've seen around, but is generally regarded as lower quality (as a brand). The Iron Horse is the mystery. Everyone has "heard" of them, but no one I know has any direct experience using them.