So, as spring is around the corner, my time is getting closer to where I can rip out this pellet stove and put in a wood stove. I have been shopping around, getting prices on a few different makes and sizes of stoves. One in particular price I was so happy about was a blaze king - King, Ultra. Coming in at around the $4200 mark. That is including every thing from the pedestal up to the roof cap. As it turns out, the quote that I got was wrong. The salesman was no longer allowed to give me the discounts he was giving me (I was getting every thing for cost plus 10%) but, as of Feb. 1. he was no longer able to do that, but, no one told him. So, now the price has gone up to just over $6000. My question is, should I hold him, and the store to that quote? I would love to, and, legally, I think that I am able to. The problem is, my wife works at that store, and I am wondering if management may try to make her work life harder there. I have gotten quotes on other stoves (complete, from stove to rain cap) for a little less, including install. One stove is an Enerzone 3.4 cu/ft. Again, from stove to rain cap. With this stove, they will actually drive an hour to my house and install it. All for around the $4000 mark. I guess my question is, should I fight for the blaze king and the quote that I was given? Should I just pay the extra $1800? Or, should I go for the second choice? I know it is hard to say what some one else should do, but, what would you do? The extra $1800 isn't going to bankrupt me, and, I will still have food on the table, but, I have never installed a stove before??? Thanks for any help, and advice.