I drove up to the woods ...65 miles round trip..I forgot sawgas. I had 2/3 tank in the 034 and managed to fall 6 trees do a small amount of limbing and bucked in 6 ft sections. I got a full load and there is still some gas in the saw. I was out of the woods in exactly half the usual time and expended about 35% less energy which is important because I am getting old. What is usually a full day alone in the woods and a total wipeout became a breeze and half the day still free. I was wondering why did I ever do all my cutting in the woods??This is a revelation...! Yes I have to cut it at home now but that can be done anytime day or night,fall or winter. Now that I will cut my wood this way( I sell a few cords too) I need to set up some kind of large deck/table to off load the 6 ft pieces onto and make it easy to throw them around and pull them to a cut off station for uniform cutting . I might put a splitter on the end of it also. But I will be the cutter with a small saw at the station.I wont have an auto cut off saw because thats too much electricity and equipment. I was wondering if anyone here has set up an efficient little table rig like this to make their small log duties easy and flowing.??The deck would have some kind of rollers built in to make moving logs around easy. Ever seen any examples of this...??? I only cut softwood 4-12 inches. Largest DBH is 13 inches. I only split stuff bigger than 7-8 inches.