Going tomorrow to get a log splitter. I borrowed the one we have at work the last two times. Our boss borrowed it again and the last time he borrowed it, it was at his place for over two years. Needless to say we still have about 10 cords of wood that need split. So we decided that we would be better off just getting our own and then we can split a little each day as we have time instead of trying to kill ourselves getting it all done in a weekend or two. Just gotta decided which one to get before tomorrow morning. We are going to probably try and stay at 28 ton and Lowes has one which is a Troy-Bilt and has good reviews for $1,299.00 and Tractor Supply has a Huskee for $1,599.00. I like the Huskee because it is a little simpler and the kick off legs for stuck logs are solid pieces that are welded to the i beam. The Troy-Bilt has a bolted on finger which doesn't look too sturdy but wouldn't be hard to make a solid kicker. It is also $300 cheaper. Both of them have Honda engines on them which is great by me. I know the Huskee has a horizontal Honda engine and the Troy-Bilt is a vertical shaft engine. Both of them have good reviews so I guess we need to just decide. I would love to build one for the 3pt on the back of the Massey 1655 which I might do at some point in time.