A friend told me about this site. I've been scanning for a week or so. Lots of good info. I have a question for the stihl men. I have an older 032 that doesn't owe me a dime. My father purchased this saw when I was young. It never let him down. After his boys left home he quit cutting as much wood as he used to. I acquired the saw after looking at it sit in the shed for a few years. Needless to say it needed a little TLC. Had the carb rebiult and worked on muffler and put all new rubber mounts on it. I've been cutting with it for about 8 years now. I started having issues with it this last fall. I just put in an OWB so my cutting was going to pick up. I took this saw to small engine shop where this guy works on saws all the time. The saw still has 154lbs lof compression but it is spitting gas back in carb and soaking the air filter. In return, filter is collecting dust and bogging saw out. Had carb rebuilt to no avial. After talking with 2 other stihl dealers about the issue, they said the rings were worn. Is the saw worth doing much with? I will admit, I just purshased a 361. Man, what have I been missing. Love the new saw but the old heavy 032 has sentimental value. Thought it would be good to to use once in awhile. I have an 025 for limbing and cutting small tops. Any input would be greatly appreciated.