A deep trembling occurs accompanying the trembling on screen and a loud crash plays when the logo landsDark Earth begins to tremble as the HARD-LINE logo, brown and orange mountains bisected horizontally by “HARD-LINE" written in white, crashes down onto it causing some earth and dust to be scattered. The white LP301 logo, “LP301” with the L and the P in bold lettering, slide underneath the main logo. Fade to black. 
♪ Dramatic music ♪An LP401 and an LP301 parked in a parking lot, side by side. The LP301 clearly shorter and smaller than the LP401. The LP301’s bucket it also smaller. Comparative shots of the size difference in a flash sequence.
Both the LP401 and the LP301 begin raising their buckets. The LP401 reaches a few inches higher than the LP301. This is shown from the back and side.
A HARD-LINE team member turns the handle on the LP401’s hood and opens it to reveal the inner machine parts, the engine and several liquid tanks. The employee then opens the LP301 lid to reveal the same. With a smaller chassis, the various parts, the engine, and the tanks sit closer together.
A side-by-side comparison of the LP401 and LP301 tires. The LP301 tires are smaller than the LP401 tires.
The LP301 and the LP401 parked back-to-back. A different HARD-LINE team member stands in between them with an RRC remote held around his shoulder with a black harness. He is smiling and has his hands on the joysticks. This shows the relative size to a person that is 6 feet tall. A rocky driveway and snowy background dot the landscape.
A side-by-side comparison of the LP301 and the LP401 with their buckets raised to their mid-way point. The LP301 looks very similar to the LP401, the main difference being the size.
The HARD-LINE team member ‘s hands on the yellow Radio Remote Control (RRC) with just the LP301 in the background. As the team member moves the right joystick, the LP301 begins to raise its bucket. It stops once it gets to the top of its reach and the operator turns the bucket in a dumping motion before lowering the bucket once more. The team member engages the joystick in the other direction.
♪ Music comes to a dramatic end ♪The LP301 advancing in the parking lot approaching the camera, with the bucket only a few inches away, fade to black.