Just a single stove residential user here. I have about 7 cords trying to dry out, but weather has been awful for drying until just now. A lot of it needs to be split down more as I will have a smallish stove (like 2 cf or less) and I also need to speed up the drying. I think I should get a splitter because I just can't swing a maul like I used to (tennis elbow and golfer's elbow and I don't do either one, go figure). But I can handle the pieces. I know next to nothing about splitters so I need some advice on what to look for. I'd rather avoid another infernal combustion engine in my life, so I wonder if an electric one will be sufficient for me. I should say that in coming seasons, I will probably fell some smaller trees around here, so eventually I may need to split some full rounds but I don't know how large an electric splitter can handle. Speed is not important but reliability is. I have a good dedicated 120V circuit and could even wire up a 230 if necessary. I won't have to use it in the field. I see that most of them are 5 or 7 ton with times of 15 to 25 seconds or so, but what that means in terms of real life capabilities, I have no idea. How large of a round can they typically do? Will one of those electrics work for me?