Back on topic...I used to. I'm hoping to fix that. We have electric heat. Ouch. The good news, we've had pretty cheap kWh cost, last month total delivery and supply cost worked out to $0.085 a kWh. Normally we have it in the range of $0.10 to $0.12 kWh. We've used up to 2950 kWh during a month in the dead of winter. And that's keeping the house at 65 with a set back going down to 62 over night and during the day while we're at work. BTW, try finding a setback thermostat for electric baseboard. It's like searching for hen teeth. I have only a month or two actually burning pellets, but already compared to last year my cost for heat is down. The design of the house allows for a pretty good flow of air from where the insert is located, so I should be able to really kick these bills back to something more reasonable.