Hello folks, I've been here for a while on the forums reading and enjoying the community over the years but this is my first real post. I have done my research and think I know what I would like to purchase. However, I would like to poll my helpful forum friends here at ArboristSite to see if I may have missed some good options. So, if you are willing please offer up any suggestions you have for a new saw purchase. Here is some info: Working 40+ hours a month. Mainly thinning Doug Fir with diameter of 6"-20" Rarely cut anything over 24" NW Oregon (rain, 200'-1000' elevation, more rain) For all intents and purposes this will be my only saw I'm over 45 years old and in fair condition Considerations: Willing to purchase a "Pro" quality saw that can be repaired and maintained I'm not a rank beginner (I've been lucky and have learned from my mistakes) and have done rebuilds and repairs. However, I would rather spend time working in the woods instead of doing mods and repairs. Have a Rancher 55 that is 15 plus years old right now but the new saw will essentially be my only saw I would be fine with an "AutoTune" or "M-Tronic" technology, or not I have tried the Husqvarna and Stihl dealers and associated service departments in my area over the years and none stand above the others Willing to buy from web store or folks on ArboristSite I have found that I like the feel and performance of the Husqvarna products but I'm willing to try other brands There you have it. Thanks in advance for all your suggestions.