Ok, not shure if you guys have the info I am looking for on this subject. Next summer when its raining or a draught is going on I figured a good way to make some extra $$ is to sell split firewood. I have 130 acres of woodland at my disposal. Walked the perimeter the other day and counted at least 300 plus blow downs. Most of them are over 20 feet in length. Up here a cord of wood cut goes for between $40.00 to $75.00. I know a lot of families up here burn firewood in the winter for heat, a ruff estimate would be 1 in every 3 households. Some burn as many as 4 cord a month. So I figured one day a week take the crew up to camp and cut up 40 or 50 logs, haul them back to base and stack them in a lean too for cruddy days. Fire up the old Heavy Duty Log Splitter and split away. Now what I put this thread up for is if any of you guys has any experiance with wood splitters and what brand has the best quality, longevity, and power for the best price.