Thanks for the comments everyone. Simone sent this link also:
Depending where you live, and your access to the hard wood availability, you might consider thinking about getting a small splitter to split to the desired size.
I bought a little used electric splitter that worked pretty well on smaller pieces, but the big ones were too much for it.
I got a Stickler wood splitter that attaches to the power wheel on my truck. I responded to ads on Craig's List and got about 4 cords of wood (Oak and Almond) from various sources for FREE.
The wood source was from folks cutting down trees on their property, or folks reacting to the ban on wood burning in the Sacramento, California area during certain times of the year. The ban does not apply to cooking with wood, so it was quite a bit more plentiful, as was a used electric splitter.
The Stickler worked great, and I was splitting rounds that weighed as much as 200-250lbs with ease. You can see the Stickler on YouTube.
I used about 1 cord last year, the rest I let dry out, then covered the racks with log rack covers I picked up on Amazon. All of my wood is 24-30 long and much of it I can almost get my hand around.
Something to think about. If you do just want to buy it already split, buy it during the summer. Cold weather causes prices to go up, big time.