Yes. I've seen $275 per.cord.
I've been there; mine are 10+ now. And I'm out East. It's my sanity treatment to buck and split. Was supposed to fell a few dead pines today but it was a bit too windy for my skills.
I figure that $500 will save me $1500+ in oil. Usually I'd be several hundred dollars into my heating oil bill by now, but I'm at $70 so far this season. This is my first year with the wood stove, and with the tax credit and oil savings, I think it might pay for itself in 1-2 years.
I'm in Nassau, so space is much more limited for a splitting operation and I'm pretty sure my neighbors would run me out of town for having logs dropped in my driveway. The sight of two cords of split wood is already enough for some of them.