If under, say, 5" do you use a cut off saw? Over, say 5" the chainsaw?
Straight from the stack, assuming there is one, or haul logs off the stack and buck 'em one by one?
Load many logs onto a bucking table and chainsaw many at the same time?
Haul/skid/cart logs away from forest to fixed bucking/firewood area, buck where the logs fall and cart the rings/rounds to the splitter, buck and split those logs where they fall and cart the split wood out?
Given various site differences, how do you optimise your processing of the wood and what gear do you have or would like, to achieve your optimum processing flow?
Do you like to take out a few of the site variables and truck logs to your fixed bucking/splitting area instead, or perhaps it's more efficient to move your splitter, etc to the log site and buck 'em there?
Once bucked, then what? Are the logs bucked at splitter height so there's no lifting to get to the splitter, or are the rounds/rings then stacked and if so, are they moved to the splitter and stacked there or stacked where bucked and splitter moved to them?
If you think there's plenty of questions here, you should see inside my head b/c these are merely the tip of the iceberg and I feel a bit like the titanic at the mo' ;-).
What say y'all?