Was sort of dumb--it was in the 60's this morning and became curious whether I could even start a fire. Well I could and I did. Started nicely and fairly easily too with about 6 splits criss cross with only two splits on the bottom for rails like andirons and some crumpled paper in the middle/bottom. With some pallet pieces got up to 650 or so pretty quickly and was putting out some nice heat. But now it's in the high 70's and would like to shut it down and save it, and am realizing with EBT, I can't. With the Century I could just turn the air all the way down and it would come to a none too elegant, smokey halt after not too long. But that won't work with the Summit, EBT won't let it. Not that it's an emergency now, it's more of a can it be done, though it might be necessary at some time -- how can you shut down a fire in the Summit without throwing water on it or taking out all the logs?