The Snow Joe has worked very well, on Saturday I was able to clear about 3" of snow from 300' of neighborhood sidewalk, my asphalt driveway (45' x 10'), my wood deck (15' x 10') and interlocking stone patio (15' x 15') and still had 1/3 battery left. The only problem I was having while doing the sidewalk was the scraper bar would get stuck on some of the concrete control joints, it would be great if there were a way to adjust this, raise it up 3/8" or so. It snowed more overnight so Sunday I had 6" of snow to clear from my driveway, deck and patio (one of the neighbors took on the sidewalk). It was a little tougher going, I wasn't able to throw the snow as far since it was very windy and I had to keep the chute low otherwise it would just blow back at me. The following Tuesday we had another storm, about 6" worth. While I was at work one of the neighbours cleared my driveway and sidewalk. My son had been working out of town so I headed over to his place the next day to clear his driveway, the Snow Joe fit easily with the handle down in the back of my Honda CRV. His driveway is larger than mine (75' x 15') and had some drifting (8 to 10 inches). I was able to clear it in about 45 minutes just as the battery was giving out. I did not attempt the drift left at the road by the snowplow as there were layers of ice in it. So far the Snow Joe has worked great on dry mainly undisturbed snow, I haven't had a chance to try it on any wet packed down stuff yet.