I have a 3 point on three 400's and also on my 420. I rarely use three of them. One is on my dedicated 400 blower tractor and two have 60" decks. They're not very manoeuvrable with decks on them and the blower is a PITA in close quarters too so I mostly use the 3 point on my scruffy old beater 400. I sometimes have a 4 way 54" front blade on it at the same time but not a deck. If room is an issue the blade comes off in about 30 seconds. Goes back on pretty easy too. I made a small 3 pt boom up, I have an Al Z forklift that's pretty handy and a rear blade too. I don't use them frequently but it's great to have them when I need them. 3 points are obviously useful for hanging ballast back there too.
The 3 point on my scruffy 400 has a custom rockshaft that's kinda odd looking but has standard arms and hangers. I'm not the best photographer you'll ever see, sorry.
This 3 pt is genuine John Deere and came from one of our resident 400 experts. Harold Goff (aka Mr Wizard).
This is the one on my 420. Not many pics of the backside so not the best viewing angle.
And this is my blower 400 3 point. It was on the tractor when I bought it. I recall being a bit surprised years ago when somebody told me 400's often don't have a 3 point. I'm a farm boy so my reaction was something like 'What? Seriously? Why not?'
Haven't looked lately but last time I did 3 points were selling for around 600 bucks or so new from Ruegg. And used 3 points for both models are sometimes auctioned off on eBay for 400 or 500 bucks. Haven't checked that for a while either but they are definitely valuable. Fyi.. the rockshaft for a 3 point is different than the stock version. Don't see the 3 pt type sold separately very often. I haven't personally anyway.