I'm not fond of blower noise. I have an Accentra insert (165CFM blower) sits in the main living area. I found that once the room is warm, I run it on stove temp 4 with the blower on low. The room has been 72 degrees for the past several days even as the outside temperatures have been dropping (I haven't even scraped the burn pot in 3 or 4 days. It should be cleaned again but I hate to disturb it while it is burning so well ). My question is, does running the fan on high get more heat into the room or does it just distribute the heat to a larger area? I've found so far that on low speeds the air seems hotter as I presume the air isn't cooling the heat exchanger as much. I picked the Harman because blower speed wasn't simply tied to the feed rate the way it seemed some others were - e.g. the Quadrafire. So I can run it a little hotter. Any other Harman owners take this approach? Am I wasting heat if I run the stove on medium or high with a low speed fan? If so where does the heat go?