We were starting to get off topic on a woodenware thread, so I figure I'd place all the stuff here.
We have a 16 year old Woodmizer LT40 that we purchased used (it was a relatively new model at the time).
Its paid for itself 8 fold just in what we use it for around the farm. Last year I lost track of the number of board feet we cut for our new barn:
Inside and Outside...with the exception of the load bearing members and pressure treated stuff all off our mill.
Simple board and baton design which allows you to use green wood right off the mill. As it dried it gaps. Unfortunately now that we have the entire barn up with have about 50 battons that need to be replaced because of twisting a sever cupping. No big deal really. But interesting none the less. All stall boards are put up green, thus they gap providing excellent stall ventilation. All the front stall stuff, like the ash and oak for the doors and rungs was cut and dried a year earlier.
Here is some cutting I did last week and I probably cut about twice that and some Walnut 5/4 early this week before the snow started flying. I love wood.
This is all ash and Elm for interior pole barn construction.