The Tornjak is a breed I've been keeping an eye on as a possible future LGD for a small farm. The AKC added them to their list of foundation stock dogs this year, 2012, and I really hope this means they will become more available! I like a lot of traits that the Komondors have, but many surveys and personal accounts say they are more prone to both human and dog aggression than many other breeds, which doesnt bode well for a small farm with many visitors and existing farm dogs. Great pyrs became my first choice, as they are often said to be the least people and dog aggressive of the LGDs, but I hear they bark through the night which may be a problem for neighbors. The Tornjaks came into view, and seem like they are not prone to aggression towards people or animals, and are said to be quieter than a typical Great Pyr (YouTube has been of some help verifying that). Their biggest drawback for my purposes seems to be that they are apparently prone to wandering (hello high fencing), and that they aren't exactly easy to obtain. Either the Tornjaks or the Great Pyrs seem to be the least likely to be walking liabilities of the breeds I've looked into. An LGD being able and willing to kill a bear is great and all, but not a very good thing when in a more populated area where a person could just as easily be at the receiving end of those jaws. Unfortunately, it looks like there are a lot of scam ads popping up since the AKC profiled the breed. I really do hope these dogs become an actual option (seems to be a breeder in Michigan for sure, and possibly Virginia), as so many people speak very highly of them and they sound like a great option for those of us who need dogs who are more tolerant of people, and receptive to socialization. Anyone have experience with Tornjaks? Can anyone offer input on LGD breeds that they have found to be generally more tolerant of people and farm dogs compared to say, the OCs?