I get my wood delivered ever year. Always from same company. Size of splits vary a lot and I hate being picky - I already ask for the direst wood they have - so I am wondering about others who get wood delivered. What is the average size of a split you get - measured from the widest part like a piece of pie? This year mine are all over the place. Average is about 4 1/2 to 5"...but there are a lot of small ones - at least they look small to me - something great for a small hot fire rather than a good long even burn.... Trees they get are city grown that are removed for various reasons so I know they have no control over diameter to start with. I like the mixed hard woods I get - maple, apple, walnut, ash, elm - no cottonwood which grows around here in abundance and other companies do sell it in their mix which is why I chose the company I do use.. Anyway - the question is - how big are the splits you get and where are they harvested from. BTW before I found this web site I wasn't picky at all about what I got.