i got a chainsaw (Echo CS-490) largely based on recommendations here. So, thanks. I got that chainsaw to help clear a “natural area” the previous homeowners had - about 1/4 acre maybe. Anyway, i was thinking of now getting a hatchet to help with some of the smaller stuff and for removing limbs. So, first question: right tool? Am i think8ng correctly? Looking at good hatchets, i am seeing thr Husqvarna getting high praise. I was trying to keep things 40ish or less. The Husq fits that bill. I am also seeing Council Tool and Snow and Neally getting high praise. I kind like the idea of having an all American axe, but i a: not sure why. For sure, it is not a deal breaker. Second question: Snow and Neally vs Council Tool vs Husqvarna vs Estwing? And why. Third question: i have a Fiskars something or other i got many years ago. The handle is about 21” measured from the beard. It is too big to easily wield for my purposes and almost too small for anything else. So, i see 18” axes recommended a lot. Is that maybe a better size for what i am looking for?