We bought a new house on almost an acre, half of which has lots of large mature trees and several massive unearthed stumps and rounds from previously felled trees. I'm also a novice woodworker. I'm looking to potentially pickup a chainsaw secondhand to use for clearing and pruning, as well as to be able to try to process some of the felled trees into some usable wood for woodworking. I have used chainsaws on occasion in the past, so I am familiar with their basic operation; I'm also pretty handy, so power tool operation is nothing new to me. I'm looking for something that is powerful, very reliable, easy to start and use and maintain, and extremely durable (since I have a knack for breaking things by just looking in their general direction). It should also have the power to handle using a longer bar--20" at absolute minimum, but I'd prefer at least 24"; it doesn't have to be the main-use bar, but I want to at least have the ability to use one to try slab off some of the stumps. I need it to be in decent usable condition, since I don't have the time or the money (and my wife doesn't have the patience) for me to spend on fixing one up. Weight isn't a huge concern for me since I won't be using it for hours on end to cut tons and tons of firewood, but I still need the ability to easily use it for a reasonable amount of time and to be able to heft it up into and safely use it up in the trees (several trees have some large dead sections that are prime widow-makers). As I get older, anti-vibration will also definitely be appreciated. Since a chainsaw is a want for me and not a need, and since I won't be using it very often, I can't justify spending more than $200-$250 max in total on it (yes, I know that is pretty cheap for a good saw). I've found several on Facebook marketplace, but many either aren't working and have to be rebuilt, are way over my budget, are small dinky things, are low-end junk, and/or don't come with a bar at all. My local Craigslist hasn't yielded much. A friend who has used chainsaws extensively has advised me to not consider anything other than Stihl and Husqvarna, which limits the results even further. Any suggestions on good models and/or good sources to find one? Is such a saw even available in my price range? Thanks in advance for the help and advice.