I ask because of another ongoing thread and because I am(was?) considering getting one. My fire wood when tested by moisture meter reads 18-22%. I burn yellow birch and sugar maple only. The wood is c/s/s in the sun and wind from May 'til Nov. and has burned just fine in my Dutchwest for a lotta years. A neighbor has an older Blaze King and we cut, split and stack our wood together, it(the wood) burns just fine in his Blaze King as well. If, as I read in the other thread, the Woodstock stoves are so sensitive to moisture content they are are out for me. Thanks in advance.