It really is the ultimate one row precision cultivating tractor. The second photo is the view of the row from the operators seat. You don't have to look around anything, just stright down between your legs. In that photo I was covering seed potatoes:
After I had opened the furrows with my middlebuster on the 2240:
I've got harrows for the front toolbar and harrows, spring cultivators, lay off plows and hiller disks for the rear toolbar. My Dad & I had great fun of me picking on him every year for him not getting hydraulics on the G. He said they cost $7.50 extra and he just couldn't see the expense at the time. His justification was that after looking at a mules ass for 25 years, those levers on the G just about operated themselves at the end of the row. All in ones perspective I guess!
ETA: My G has the optional extra low gear. I can plow out crops 2 inches high and not cover any. Takes a while, but sure beats a gooseneck hoe.