Forgot to mention a little trouble I had with the cab model. Jumped in, started it up, and turned on the AC knobs since it was a little warm outside and hot inside the cab. Drove around and it didn't seem to get any cooler inside, in fact, when I popped open the windows it was cooler outside. Finished my test drive and was building up a good sweat when the dealer asked how it was going. I told him I didn't think the AC worked. First thing he asked was did I turn it on. Thought I did but then he mentioned I had to push the button in to turn it on. Ahh, there's the coolness. I think I fooled around with every other button on the tractor though.
Still not sure on the cab in my woods (dealer didn't recommend the cab if most of my use was in the woods) so today I'm going to drive around where I need to get to with my JD 2020 with some posts attached to the fenders mimicking the height of the cab. I think that will tell me how much trimming I would need to do if I got the cab model. The 2020 is actually wider and longer so, if it fits, the 357 shouldn't be a problem. Update: Did my drive through with the upright poles on my JD2020 mimicking a cab and didn't have any serious problems. The limbs I did hit needed to be trimmed anyway. I had more issues with the length of the tractor with the loader installed. Rarely have the FEL on this tractor so it is something to get used to. Must be fun with an FEL and backhoe.
Another thing I noted that was different cab vs ROPs was the cab model had a cloth seat vs. vinyl on the ROPS. Not sure why you would want a cloth seat on something that you're bound to get dirty with.