It has been years since I was behind a chainsaw. I recently moved from a townhouse to 2.5 acres of fairly wooded property. The rear acre backs to a river with dense woods on either side. The diameter of most of the trees on the property is less than 20 inches at the base with a few exceptions. Some storms roll through a couple weeks ago that uprooted a few trees. My brother-in-law limbed the trees and bucked the trunk into 3-4 foot sections and used my small tractor to move them around. I still have a lot of work to do and need a saw on hand to deal with the occasional cleanup. I don't foresee needing to deal with uprooted trees that often. That said, please recommend me a saw. I thought I had my mind set on a 20" Stihl Farmboss, but now I'm second guessing. Is a 20" bar large enough? I don't want something overly large that will be unwieldy for it's intended purpose most of the time. Also, what the hell do I do with a root ball? Can I dismember it as much as possible and burn it? Or would I be better of pushing it off into the woods? Thanks GT braintrust!