OK so my progression has gone: Husky 345, then added a Husky 55 Rancher, sold it and added a 372XP last winter. I love the 372 - it's a beast (keep in mind I'm in the West, and cut 90% pine and aspen - so "beast" is relative). But I'd really like something fast and light for bucking small (6-15") logs and limbing. Probably will be a go-to saw for everything except the felling and big bucking. I'd love the 346XP, but after adding the 372 last year I'm having a hard time dropping $500+ on a new saw. I'll seel my 345 which is in good shape, and should cover a big chunk of the new one. Looking in the $250-$350 price range. Not much used selection. So far choices are: Jonsered 2245 Jonsered 2152 Stihl MS250 (demo model for $240) Husky / Jonsered dealer is great, but doesn't have a Jonsered 2153. Stihl is from a box ranch supply store. Any other ideas? Should I keep the 345, tune and port it, and just use that? Thanks!