I have been lurking and reading a lot here for a few days. I just had to join this forum which seems to be a gold mine of experience and information. So recently as I was getting the last of this years firewood my beloved Jonsered 670 champ kicked the bucket. I took it to the dealer and found out the piston and cylinder were shot. Labour costs would be too high even if parts could be found. If anyone is interested in the remaining parts PM me. I had used the saw for several years after buying from a pawnshop. I think it was worked pretty hard in the resource industry before I got it and maybe it was even stolen, I don't know but it was what I could find and afford at the time. All in all it worked well without any real repair bills labourwise until now. I told the dealer I wanted a new saw just like it. He suggested the 2165 and had an attractive price. I ordered it and then came here to find out what it was! What a relief to find out that it just might be one of the best saws of all time! Besides cutting firewood I would like to try a bit of chainsaw milling. While this saw is no 90-100 cc milling powerhead I think from what I have read here that it may work quite well if I don't push it too much. The timber I have access to here in the boreal is pine, spruce poplar and birch up to about 20" in diameter and I want to cut mostly 8-10 foot long and 8-12" wide material. So anyways I am really happy to be getting my first new saw ever and promise to ask advice on a saw for my wife. She wants one next she says.