"My review may be unfair as I also had Boomer 30 which if twice the tractor of the 25 (weight, features, work-ability).
The 25 is made from Korean parts, with a Mitsubishi engine, assembled by LS Equipment in NC (they sell their own competing line). This tractor is equipped with FEL, mid-mower, and box blade currently.
The 25 is a really rough running engine, far more so than a 30 HP, and far more than an old TC 30 NH with the 3 cylinder Shibaura engine. It has a very strong vibration when the FEL is being "floated", but unreasonable vibration at almost any load. So far this has not been remedied by my dealer, but they have seen the problem/ I don't know if this is common to this tractor or not. The Boomer 30 with the 4 cylinder engine was silky smooth under all usage.
Another issue is noise from the hydrostatic pump is some loud. Tractor has no height adjustment stop on the 3-point lift, no individual wheel brakes, non-adjustable steering wheel, and a differential lock that is way too difficult to ever get engaged,(impossible if not moving), and with loud internal complaints when, (and if it will) when moving.
One other caution to new users: this tractor is only 48 inches wide and it's easy to get the center of gravity beyond the low wheel. It will turn over (mine hasn't, but only because I was fast with getting the FEL down on the ground). Be very careful when using the FEL to keep it as low as possible, and keep the rear weight as low also. Because I use this tractor for lawn mowing, I did not want permanent wheel weights or water to add ballast.
This tractor with the FEL will move more dirt than any other similar HP unit I have used. It is strong. Because of the pivot point (forward) for the belly mower, I find it impossible to satisfactorily adjust the mower cutting height. It lifts from the 3 point hitch in the rear, but pivots at the front of the deck at a fixed elevation. So go figure how high you are going to move the front of the deck up or down (answer is zero, as it is fixed).
You can lift the rear of the deck fine, but this is not where it cuts; it cuts from the front. This is a serious flaw to the extent that I am going to bite the bullet and buy a pull behind mower. You cannot adjust the height from the mower wheels, as they are fixed in direction and height, unlike the belly mower for the 30.
If you buy one, make sure you are okay with the vibration (even starting up or shutting down it rattles the sheet metal loudly). And if you get a FEL, try floating backwards first.
The tractor will do everything I wanted or expected except mow with the belly mower, and with that one caveat, I think you will find the overall quality as good as orange tractors and since it actually has sheet metal, a lot sturdier, but rougher, than green ones."