I know a dealer who stock piled a few 346XP, 346XPGs so I'm going to pull the trigger and pick one up. My question(s) are what's the best set up for the chain/bar being that I'm a firewood guy. Here's the options I was considering: 1. .325, 0.058 2. 3/8, 0.050 I have a 350 that is going to someone I know and it's setup with .325, 0.058 and it rips. It's a nice saw and I'm looking forward to the upgrade to the 346. My point is, I have extra chains, files, etc for this setup so it would be easy to go that route. I also have a 555 which I use, but is setup with a 3/8 0.050. I'm pretty sure that the 555, 346 and 350 are all small bar mounts.....so everything works with everything (I think). I even have a 20" 0.050 bar for the 555. So I could just get the 346 setup that way and have 3/8, 0.050 for everything. I would end up having 18" and 20" bars for both saws even though I really only run the 18". I guess my ultimate question is how will a 346 deal with a 3/8 set up. Keep in mind I'm a firewood guy and I do get into some big stuff......and who knows I may just get rid of the 555 and become a 1 saw guy. I'm just really curious on performance on a 50cc (3.7hp) 346 saw with a 3/8 chain. I've never run that before. I know there's a ton of opinions on this, but I hear stuff like 'the 346 is a high revving saw so you need to keep the chain moving....0.325 is better for that. I don't really know. What's a good option. I'm going to set it up with a 18" bar, but wondering if it will be a dog with a 3/8 chain. Keep in mind, I think my 350 is good.