I just had the Good Fortune of obtaining Stihl 090 to use for milling. This saw will replace the 064 that I had been using with a Granberg small log Mill. This particular Mill was designed for use with a 20 inch bar or less. My plan is to buy the necessary parts to make it a full size Mill. The parts I need come to a total of around $180. Just For fun I decided to browse the offerings on eBay and see if I could obtain a used Granberg Mill for less than it would cost to Simply upgrade mine. What I discovered was that I could purchase a knockoff of that particular Granberg Mill for about $120 less than it will cost me to upgrade when I already have. My thought was to buy American and support our own economy. For that much money saved though I could invest that in ripping chain which I will need for this upgrade. I'm not sure if you can call it a moral dilemma or just making the dollar stretch but I am certainly at a loss as for what to do. In another post on this site a man had made the comment that the Chinese stuff was getting better and the major manufacturers of saws should probably keep their prices on machines and parts in check before they wind up losing the market share. Has anybody else considered the cost savings over just biting the bullet and buying American?