Looks too slow to me for most of the stuff a guy would be splitting. Also doesn't seem to be able to move the wood around to position it or pick pieces off a pile, both of which are at least half of the work on any job I've done. If you are going to run a woodsplitter from in the cab of a skidsteer it is essential the the splitter have the capability to grab wood and push it to keep the work area in order. I can't see any practical advantage that this tool has over the common “I-beam splitter underneath” style that I have. One thing this tool can do is split material over 32”, but I said “practical advantage”. Just some observations.