Hi everyone. I currently have a stihl MS290, fantastic saw. I use it to cut up some smaller brush and medium size stumps/trees. I am now looking for a bigger saw to cut down some larger stumps/brush we have in the back yard. My ms 290 cannot handle this stuff. Basically I need it to cut down some big stumps and larger brush. The stumps are hard wood, and when I say hard I mean hard. jonsered cs 2186 Jonsereds high-power professional turbo for really big trees and hard types of wood. Despite its 85 cc, its surprisingly handy. Equipped with all the features of the 2100 generation: turbo air cleaning, decompression valve, side-mounted chain tensioner, and vibration damping with steel springs. Other unique features include heating in the handles and carburettor, vibration-dampened carburetor, adjustable oil pump, an extra tank protection and a rubber-coated rear handle for better grip. For Jonsereds largest chainsaw, wrap handle is available as an option. With the wrap handle, the front handle continues right around the entire engine body, which makes it easier to work with really large trees in steep terrain. Cylinder displacement 5.2 cu.inch / 84.7 cm³ Power 6.3 hp / 4.6 kW Maximum recommended engine speed 13000 mm Fuel tank volume 1.9 US pint / 0.9l Oil tank volume 0.9 US pint / 0.5l Oil pump type Adjustable flow Power to weight ratio 0.62 kW/kg / 0.29 kW/lbs Chain pitch 3/8" Recommended bar length 18-28" / 45-70 cm Sound level 102 dB(A) Noise emissions, LWA 114 dB(A) Vibrations, front/rear handle 5.7 m/s² / 8.0 m/s² Weight excl. cutting equipment 15.4 lbs / 7.0 kg Perfect control Many safety features Turbo air cleaning Vibration damping system using steel springs Decompression valve Side-mounted chain tensioner Adjustable oil pump for chain lubrication Cylinder cover with quick-release http://www.stihl.us/chainsaws/MS460.html http://www.stihl.us/chainsaws/MS441.html http://www.stihl.us/chainsaws/MS650.html http://www.stihl.us/chainsaws/MS660.html and the husqvarna 394. So based on this info I am leaning twords the jonsered and stihl ms 660 and husqvarna. Any thoughts on these? Any thoughts on all the info I found?