Been getting tired of the bellowing smoke from my garage dragon lately. So I got the fever and drove 40 miles a few towns away this evening to get the last USStove medium pedastal rig for $499.99 http://www.tractorsupply.com/united-states-stove-medium-wood-stove-with-blower-medium-epa-certified-1098917. Price was right and most reviews were good. Not to discredit the ole Fisher's by any means. They are a milestone and have did me well for years. Kind of got spoiled after using my little clean burning Quad in the house for the past few seasons in which hardly any smoke at all is ever noticed from outside. I installed a baffle in my old garage rig the other day like many on here have. It helped some but, I'm just kind of wanting to move on. Kind of feel like the neighbors might get tired of it and complain one of these days. I nearly want to. About the only time I really feel like I've achieved a clean burn is after it's been on overcook for a while which is hotter then I want to run it even with good 2 and 3 year dry hardwood. So grandma's days are limited. If anyone has one of these new Country Hearth USStove pedastal steeds and would like to share any of your burning curves, tricks, and or disappointments. They'll be welcomed here. Colder then normal here in East TN tonight. Already down to 28*. Rake it up and loader up.