Any experience with a manually operated hydraulic log splitter, e.g.,, Harbor Freight's $99, Manually operated, two speed pump builds up to 10 tons of log-splitting pressure fast. Pump is operated by two 29-1/2'' steel handles. Includes pressure release valve? Sorry if this has been discussed, I couldn't find it. I have seen some success with the lower cost, perhaps $299, electric log splitters, but as they are usually only 5 tons, I assume the manual is "stronger" and will split some stuff the electric will not split. I suppose the electric moves the splitter head into position faster, but I assume the two speed manual means one moves the splitter head faster, the other develops the full 10 Tons of force.