Hello; This was absolutely fascinating. Makes me appreciate my home furniture even more. Plus seeing all the ways men have evolved from using an ax to using modern-day tech. One more thing thanks for all your hard work out there in the field fellas, stay safe. There are lots of valid reasons to cut down trees. Without knowing the circumstances, you can't just go about screaming that every tree that gets cut down is "murder". I can tell you that the first couple were residential jobs. These aren't arborists engaging in "deforestation", which many of you don't seem to be able to differentiate from urban forestry work. Sometimes trees that have to be removed are already dead. Some are hazardous/in danger of falling. Some are impeding safe/expedient travel through an area. Some need to be cleared to make way for building expansion. Every person you see with a chainsaw performing tree work is not automatically the enemy of the environment, people.