Yes, I built a 16' x 6' woodshed ... by myself. 8' tall. No easy task, working with 16' lumber and 4'x 8' sheets of plywood... with no one to hold the other end. It took me about 16 hrs to build and paint it.
Then... I finally did it. Bought a splitter. A Husky consumer model, 22-ton. Wanted an Ariens with a Honda engine, but this was $400 cheaper and I bought an extended 4 year warranty that even covers normal wear. How much can I use this a year? Kind of felt silly about buying it but... it will save time and save my hands with the manual splitting I've been doing. I decided not to build my screen house so I justified the cost that way. Aside from the USA-made Briggs & Stratton engine (know for their mediocrity), it is a simple and heavily built solid steel machine. It weighs 534 lbs, but it's fairly well balanced, not too much of a struggle to move. I hope I don't roll it off the bluff by mistake. It cut even the knurliest hardwood with ease. It makes a nice compliment to my Stihl chainsaw.
Since I abandoned the screen house project, I upgraded my porch fireplace with the nice Preway I had intended for the screen house. Tried it out last night. Awesome. It's going to make sitting outside, even in winter, nice. Still want to add some heat shielding for the floor and deck rails, but it's great.
OK... project finished, now back to playing guitar and training on the track.