Alright, I've seen the monster pines and the big trees Sandy took down. How's this one? At least I saw it go down. I'd say it's 3' in diameter, maybe more. The biggest, oldest tree in the property. So sad. At least I saw it go down. Kind of amazing in a car crash sort of way. You want it? You're welcome to have it right now. We're in Northern New Jersey. Only one hitch. It's lying on top of an electric pole, a transformer, and the cables leading to them. Probably ok though, right? So assuming there are no takers, what do you suggest we do once PSE&G gets to it? I'm thinking they will carve up just enough to get the cables back up (why don't they put em underground… beats me?). But what then? Would love to see this milled, but it's at the bottom of my property which means the bottom of a steep hill, no road access. Probably going to have to add it to my growing wood pile. Any ideas on how to tackle a tree that big with my Husky 435? I have an 18" blade, but how much good is that going to do me?