Yes it is easier to MIG, but I perfer to use my "stick welder/arc welder". It is what I learned to weld on. I can make just as pretty and structual sound welds with that as I can with a "MIG", I personally feel you can control the penetration better, and with the correct rod choice a stronger weld. It does waste more electrode, then a MIG. IT is also easier to store various filler metals(rods), for different materials, and thicknesses.
TIG Welding is Tungsten Inert gas welding. Basically this is the ultimate in control when it comes to welding. You can really control the Heat affected zone with this, and how much penetration you get.
87 XJ chopped, locked, doubled, fullwidth, with some other random crap
90MJ truggy.. Lots of tube and other random things
If you are not living on the edge you are taking up to much space