Thanks for the info on the pic posting I will work on that tonight. As far as tree size. Torrent said around 8", I would agree with that if you are just going to sit and eat at it. If I take it down in steps I have done trees up to 14" But I wouldn't recommend it to make a living. Now I have dropped limbs in fields off of big oak trees that are close to 24". But gravity is helping me. Productivity is all over the place. Bottom line is how much you have to mulch. I can move along anyplace from 200 to 1000 ft per hour. but like I said it is all up to how much you have to eat. Roadsides are slower than field work. I did a job last fall that was a waterway though a woods. It was cleared with a dozer about 20 years ago and trees and brush had closed it back shut. I went 40 feet wide 1000 feet long and shaved the trees straight up down both sides. That took 3.5 hours. I also notice a big difference in the kind of trees that I have to take out. Some of the hardwoods here in Ohio are very hard. Some of the brush it just shreads so fast it is amazing. So that can make a difference also. I will work on the pics tonight and try to post this waterway job before and after.