Today I picked up a Husky 288 XP Lite. This is also gauging interest to see if anyone is interested. I am kind of set on bigger saws right now but I couldn't pass this up. Compression is not what it should be. The saw starts and runs well, idles fine. When oriented in every direction the saw very so slightly will change the tone of the idle when upside down and turned one direction. The High speed was set at fat and was running 11,400 rpm WOT and the idle is fine at 2900-3000. I did not pull the muffler to inspect the cylinder as I just got it today and gave it a quick once over cleaning with compressed air. I started and stopped it several times, an twice the saw ran 1-2 seconds before shutting off. The switch may need replacement.