Was fairly nice outside today so had the kids riding bikes in and out of the garage so I could get a chance to tinker a bit on the saws. Got a Echo CS-340 free from a tree guy here in town, had a broken mount and hadn't run for about 3 years. Got the new mount off ebay, installed today (after some head scratching.... took it apart and left it on the bench for about a month before I had to chance to try putting it back together again ), new gas and boom, fired up! Another freebie, got a Jonsered 630 a while back that I've been slowly working on and is pretty much complete now. Had installed a new carb kit about a month ago, tried firing it and had some problems. Hard to start without choke and once started, no control (just wanted to scream). Posted up on arboristsite, guy suggested air leak. Got a chance to tear it down today and found the gasket between the carb and the cylinder had dropped down off of one bolt. DOH. Put it back together properly, fired up nice and easy and seems to run strong (still haven't cut with it). Just have to learn how to tune a carb properly from some of the posts on here and I'll be good to go. Also, used the last of the firewood from the pile here at the house today, will have to go raid the pile in the bush tomorrow. All in all, a pretty good day, just wanted to share since I haven't posted on hearth for a while!