I did enough internet searching to be fully confused on this one. I recently scored some cherry, lots of it. Mostly stuff under 8" in diameter. Problem is the logs are all very long and lots of cuts need to be made. I am a woman who is not normally intimidated by things, but gas chainsaws scare the crap out of me. I was looking at cordless chain saws. Are there any on the market that would cut through cherry or other various hardwoods in smaller diameters? I had started looking for corded saws, but am concerned I'll trip the circuit breakers since my house still only has 100 amp service and is somewhat maxed out. Any help would be greatly appreciated.