I think it will serve me well. I have roughly 2,800 acres here I maintain. That means a lot of roads, trails & paths. If I in the truck or the side by side. I have a full contingent of tools. Chain saws, pole saw, lopers, Pruning saws, and more. But sometimes when you're just out walking, you see a branch that needs trimming. I often carry and axe or a Silky, or an Opinel #12 saw on my belt. But it would be nice at time to just lop stuff off and get it out of the way. The road and trail maintenance here has been more than a bit neglected. There are tons of small evergreens that have sprouted up too close to the roads. Some stretches it resembles going through a tunnel. I actually spent much of yesterday doing just this on the main road that runs the length of the property. I like the work, but it is time consuming. partly because when I have enough material, I try and fashion some sort of critter habitat. These guys are primarily deer hunters & fishermen. But I'd like to see the turkey, rabbit and game bird population increase. If piling brush in such a way that it provides some shelter and breeding opportunities, it's time well spent. With owls, hawks, eagles, osprey, coyotes and bobcats, in abundance, they need all the help they can get. Rabbits here are scarce. I saw a 20 ish flock of turkeys yesterday. Partridge also seem to be around. Deer and bear are prevalent. J2 should be here Saturday!