Hello guys, I have been lurking for several weeks, and based upon what I have learned here I just installed a Morso 7110 in my weekend mountain home. I will only be burning it obviously when I'm up there, and mainly for warmth and ambiance for a few hours before supper and into bed time. I don't really expect to get much by in the way of overnight burns, and in the shoulder season, I have been letting it go down to coals by about 10:30. If I will not continue to burn, what should i do to shut it down? My setup is the stove sits on a concrete hearth level with the floor exiting by way of 16' of solid stainless liner through an existing masonry fireplace and chimney from the rear collar into a tee. The hearth and fireplace are covered and enclosed with tile, with an access hatch to reach the cleanout. I do have a cold air kit, but because some issues with the retrofit and local code I could not run a direct connection, but I have an adjustable vent for fresh air about 30" from the stove. I have been letting the fire coal out, choking down the air, cutting down the outside air. This seems to work, but there is lots of soot on the vermiculite and reburner tubes in the morning. A couple of times I left the stove air mostly open and the fresh air and torched down the coals pretty fast. This seems to leave cleaner stove, but it's all over in a an hour or so, and I have lots of air open to the house overnight. Oh yeah, I'm burning mainly kiln dried birch and some seasoned fruitwood off my property for variety. I have tried some bioblocks that I got on clearance and I like them, but they seem hot and don't make coals, so I thow them in on the last fill only. What do you guys say?