Does anyone here have much experience running a 355t? I know not every saw has a perfectly smooth idle, but a 355t I have seems too unsteady to be normal. Generally it is most significant when warm. Sometimes it idles fast, often times the idle drops a lot when tipped clutch side down or forward a little, but not always. Also it isn't too difficult to get it hot enough (2-3 cuts) even in cold weather to fast idle with the chain spinning for a good 2 seconds after a cut. Maybe it is normal for this model to heat up quick, and to idle erratically. I think the 026 has been known to die whenever tipped forward. It's just a pain when the saw wants to die whenever you reach out to make a cut, but you can tip it every which way for a few minutes without it dying.