Yes, bar and chain. Sorry, I'm a woodworker first and blade is my default when talking about sharp metal edges. The reason I didn't take it back with the early problems is because of the dealer network here in Michigan. Every worthwhile Husky dealer in the area is a 9-5 Monday through Friday shop. Well, that means I have to take a day off of work (I work 5:30 - 5:30 every day) to go take it in and then take another one to go pick it up. Which I will do but is a PITA considering it is HUSKY that created the issue not me. I didn't spend $600 on a saw to keep taking it to the dealer. Plus, all of the information I read on this saw said it does tend to have hard starting issues because of the auto tune but to bear with it - they go away. I sharpen my chain regularly on all of my saws but the level of sharpness required is different on this Husky than the Stihls. I'm talking about sharpening every 30 minutes. Where I can go an hour on the Stihl. I disagree about the oiler, it is adjustable for a reason. If I'm running an 18" bar on a saw that will operate properly with a 28" the extra oil I'm dumping is wasteful and irresponsible to the environment. The tree I was cutting was 70' tall and 36" in diameter. I referenced the height because I was frustrated by the fact that it gave out at the least opportune time and it was a very tall tree (given the proximity of houses and cars that I don't own) that had to fall perfectly.