Why does Stihl sell the MS260-W with heated handles in England, where it rarely gets below 32 degrees, but won't sell them in Wisconsin where it is -11 degrees on March 8th? The main chainsaw guy at the local Stihl dealership told me he liked his John Deere chainsaw more than his two Stihl saws. And he looked in the book, do I want to buy a 441 arctic version?, never sold one of those, its going to cost you, and its way bigger than you need. I don't think so. Maybe you can tell I like the Stihl saw that I have but I just wanted the heated handle, the MS260-W, if I was going to shell out the big bucks for a new premium saw. May buy the MS361-W. No, not available either. Does anyone own the Husky 346xpg or 357xpg, and what do you think of those saws? I cut firewood in the winter and I was thinking that I wanted the heated handle if I was going to buy the premium saw. This would be my biggest saw so I might want to cut down some trees too. Its hard to upgrade. I would pay the $$$ if I thought I was getting some service. Do those heated handles work well on the 346xpg or 357xpg? I'm not buying the giant Stihl so you Stihl fans--don't reply. The way they have it set up here in the u.s. says go away. Maybe the heated handle is just a gimmick? Do they work or not? I am thinking I only cut firewood in the winter so I thought it was worth looking in to. Thanks a lot for any comments you can provide.