Well, I think it's official; I have woodworking ADD. That's Attention Deficit Disorder, not Accidental Death and Dismemberment. I seem to always have 3 or 4 projects going at once. I have a hand crank grinder I'm building, inspired by Bob Rozaieski's model, about 90% done; a 20" 10 TPI crosscut saw that I'm making from scratch that I filed the teeth into the plate and then set it aside; and a 22" 7 TPI saw plate for a small rip saw that's been sitting in the saw vise with teeth half filed in for about a month now. So with all these unfinished projects, it's only logical that I take and rehandle a chisel that I just handled 3 weeks ago. I just wasn't quite satisfied with the look and feel of the first one. I felt it to be too narrow at the top and possibly too long. This new one is beech also, an inch shorter, and of a much more pleasing look and feel, at least to my eye. This one was done rather quickly, at about 10:30 at night and is not quite perfect. The handle overhangs the tang on one side and is a little short of it on the other. And it may be just a bit too short but I'm gonna use it as it is for a while and see how I like it. Then I'll probably go for chisel handle version 3.0. Maybe I can get some of these other projects done in the mean time. Maybe. Although I HAVE been wanting to start on a saw till, and a sharpening station, and a spring pole lathe. Oh, and a router plane, and. . . . . . . . . . . . .