I own a Harman, but one stove that I always seemed to like was the St. Croix Lancaster. Can anyone tell me more about this brand/ model? I know that it has no automatic thermostat on/off ignition like the Harman but you can hook up an external termostat to kick down to low burn. I wonder when the cross-over year was for burning pellets. Wasn't it a corn-only stove till a couple of years ago? I always liked this model because it was small and I live in a tiny house. I also DO like burning corn. But I am convinced that it screws up a pellet stove with sluge if you dont burn it hot enough. Also, I think burning corn is a no-no for me because I can't store it easily enough and keep it dry enough. I also think I have to get corn vent pipe (ss outside and inside). But anyhow...back to the Lancaster...around my area there are quite a few of St Croix dealers. Every so often I think I can get a St. Croix Lancaster used or a new one on clearance (But still not that cheap). I would use the Lancaster for pellets. It's appeal to me is the compact size. But do these stoves run well? Are they fussy about pellet quality? Somehow I always got the impression st Croix had circuit board problems, maybe like Quadrafire might have. What fails on these stoves? Are they a good stove to use for pellets or maybe corn?