Yeah I get it - lots of metal... big ass hunk of it to work with...
I think the market is there though... there's loads and loads of new age survivalist hipsters who call themselves "Bushcrafters". What they don't get is it's illegal virtually everywhere to cut down a tree - unless it's your private property and general live on unincorporated land (you need a permit to cut down a tree on your own land almost everywhere). Most buy the gear and never use it, but hey, paying customers right ?
I use mine for yard work (lopping off shit) and chopping firewood into kindling as I like to sit outside in the cold months at Casa Del Slam with a nice fire. I like the light workout as well - I need all I can get.
The one thing that I was VERY surprised to learn when I started doing this is that even if the metal is white hot and throwing sparks from being overheated, you still need to swing as hard as you can just to move it a tiny little bit.