I just bought an 18" version from Menards. It was the display model because they were sold out. There was one in a box just returned, but I didn't want a used new saw.
Brought this one home, added mixed gas & bar oil. After priming and a couple of pulls, she came right to life, but the chain didn't go. I shut her down & checked it out. I had no owner's manual or warranty card or anything, but I do have a bit of experience with chainsaws. Well, it was assembled incorrectly. I took it apart and put it back together the way is't supposed to be and went to adjust the chain tension. GRRR! The tensioning bold was bent to hell and would just barely turn with a lot of force. After forcing it to turn, it began to straighten out a little. Now everything is assembled correctly and tensioned properly.
So I prime again, give one pull and holy cow! The RPM's went through the roof. I fingered the throttle and she idled down to what seemed just a little high. After a minute or so to warm up I began to cut through some 6-8" logs that were just a little too long for our small wood stove.
I must give credit where credit is due. The Oregon blade and bar are great. We finished off about 2/3 cord of wood and took turns cutting & positioning on the jig I had built to cut the long logs. The blade held up and is still sharp. My wife was able to handle the saw just as easily as I did. The only complain I have at this time is that I don't have an owner's manual and can't seem to find one online. The automatic oiler forr the bar oil puts just a little too much oil out and I need to back off on it a tad. I'll figure it out, but it would be much easier with an owner's manual.
IMHO, it's a great little homeowner's chainsaw. I wouldn't want to use it for professional use as it's power is limited until it gets up to full throttle. My gut feeling is that after being broken in (4-5 cords of wood), it'll be everything we expected. For $119, it does the job (so far) and I'm looking forward to cutting a lot more with it.