We had a 48" dbh Pin Oak blow down a few weeks back and it snapped off due to being hollow for the bottom 20' or so. It was very limby and knotty, but I was able to get a couple of 5' logs about 16" diameter. I had some time last evening and tried quarter sawing it as an experiment... I know it's not the White Oak money tree, but it was fun and I got some interesting boards. I cut a 2" slab for a live edge coffee table if I can keep it flat while drying. I will use some of the smaller pieces for live edge legs on it. Hopefully it will come out nice. I'll have to find someone to plane the slab as my planer is only good to about 13" wide. It was a fun experiment.