That's pretty bulky, imo. Looks like nice craftsmanship.
I have a JetStep. Works nice. The hook can be a problem, mostly while walking.
I made mine from a Petzl handled ascender I had, cut down and drilled for two connection points.
Elastic bungee cord and a piece if scrap rope, tied in an...
That's is supposed to be a good ball park for cold calls.
Repeat customers are easier and easier with every passing job leaving them happy.
Sounds like your dance card is full.
The calibration of estimated time versus real job time is challenging.
What i understand, unless mistaken, is that anyplace there is or was a branch, there are dormant buds at the node.
Sometimes, doug-fir with root-disease will puff out emergency growth along the trunk and primary limbs
Incomplete pruning (stubs) will often result in regrowth.
It takes time to be able to sprint fast. Day 1 isn't it.
Most miniskids, the height-loss on a power rotator is important. Telescopic is a different animal. Articulated loaders might also be that way. Dunno.
I've been loading a lot of logs in my trailer. I got steel stakes for security and durability, drilled for bolts to attach to wood.
Chain down hooks, front and rear.
Stabilizer legs for loading and unloading.
Jack is repaired.
IF you were climbing instead of felling, rathere than rigging a bunch of small pieces, a 4'x4' piece of plywood with brush on top will catch chunks. If you're going to piece it up on the ground into rounds, you might just drop single rounds, letting the groundie load them on/ in a rolling...