660 Magnum or 395xp, which is better for long bar lengths? I run a 32" bar on my 660 and sometimes I could use a 48" bar. However, Stihl recommends only up to a 36" bar. I know that the horsepower is there to pull a 50" bar and I've talked to Bailey's mechanic and he agrees. (395xp = 7.1 bhp; 660 = 7.0 bhp.) But, he also said I would need to buy an aftermarket oiler to run a 50" bar on the 660. Others, including my Stihl dealership, have told me the same thing. The 395xp, according to the Husky catalog for 2006 and 2007, recommends up to a 48" bar. But, the 2008 catalog recommends only a 28" bar. What gives? I called the regional distributor to find out if Husky had went to a lower grade oiler for their saws and should I buy a 2007 model so I could run a 48" or 50" bar. The Husky distributor called Husky's tech-man and personally asked him my concerns. I was assured that this year's 395xp was the same as last years and it would still pull and OIL up to a 50" bar. The question is this, should I buy an aftermarket oiler for the 660 (I don’t even know where to get one or where to ‘mod’ a saw, I’ve always ran stock) or just buy a 395xp and eventually sell the 660? I know the answer is probably keep them both, but I’d like to hear from those who have ran both saws over a period of time (or knows some stats) and can OBJECTIVELY tell me why I should keep one over the other. Thanks. FYI: Feel (agility, balance, and lowest vibration) is very important to me, not mention when I’m in the woods I want to be cutting, not working on my saw. My Stihl 200t is so well balanced and we love it in the tree, but the 338 never breaks down (neither has the 660.) The 200t reminds me of a Ferrari, the 338 – a dependable Honda or Volvo.