We moved in to our new house last October. It came with a Lennox LP fireplace which barely puts out any heat. It has a blower, but that does little to send heat out in to the room. My wife and I are looking at replacing it with either a wood stove (KozyHeat, Napoleon, or FPX) or a more effective LP unit. Dollar for dollar... are we better off going with wood or LP? I was under the impression that LP was not going to put out the same heat as a quality wood unit. I certainly like the idea of not chopping/cutting wood, but I don't like the idea of paying $600 month to fill the LP tank (last year was $500/month in the winter and we didn't even use the fireplace... just the furnace). Basically, we're looking for a better way to heat our great room and rooms furthest away from the furnace. It costs $500/month to run the furnace in the winter. Can we get something that costs about the same to operate but heats the home more effectively? Thanks!