Ok, so I had one of those moments where you think you MAY be able to save the saw... but you decide to get the hell away from the big heavy falling tree. Good choice... they make saws every day. In hindsight.. I just missed on my back cut, and left NO hinge. The 20" oak spun on the stump and pinched my bar. Another in hindsight.. The powerhead and I were on the downhill side. I stepped away and crossed my fingers. Tree took the saw and stuck it in the ground. Didn't land on it. Busted my handle, fuel tank, and bar cover. Oh well. Not my point in posting. Love my dealer! Always great service. Sent me out the door with a little 201C. Pro style, but dinky limbing saw. Worked great for cleaning up the oak, and getting it to the landing. I fell a few small ash just for the heck of it with it. Within 2 hours.. into my drive he came. Seems he's had A LOT of problems with these Husqy 562Xp So much so.... that he had enough left over parts and pieces from multiple saws to build one! He told me it REALLY rips, and I should try it. WOW! What a saw! Now, in fairness.. It has a 18" bar compared to my 441 that has a 20. But this saw seems like it's the same weight as my old 310, with a good quarter more HP. I don't think it would out cut my 441.. but man.. that extra weight is sure noticeable. I don't cut for a living. So a saw that's cutting edge, but with a few teething issues would work for me. Sucker was real fuel efficient too. I bucked an entire cord today with it, when finished.. it hadn't run out of fuel but was very close. I was surprised at the cutting ability and fuel economy. Worth a look for those in the market for a new saw.