The lack of information on log burners is immense. How big, how expensive, clean burner or not for smokeless areas. After one year of looking with log burners starting from £100-£3000 where do you begin? Look at them in different shops, feel and see the quality. The main 4 cleanburners started from around £500-£1000 we settled on £1000 - hey how many log burners are you going to buy in a lifetime we thought! After 3 weeks of having our Morso Owl we are thinking of buying a different one (Vermont, Jotul etc.) and growing tomatoes in this one so it can rust more. We went on the internet shopped around and ordered it from a shop in Somerset. It got delivered on a pallet to our door and the guarantee & paperwork inside. We read the small print and the 10 year guarantee only covers the outside casting and if you fit it yourself the guarantee reduces to 3 years. The guy at Morso who sprayed ours the black colour it should be must have had a 48 pack of carlsberg as there are 3 sections of our paint about half inch square that is bare metal now nicely orange with rust. Also within the first 2 weeks the fire brick broke in the top front right hand corner away from the logs. The metal rod that you jab in and out to keep the air supply going, due to bad design, has worn off the paint down to the metal we are waiting for that to turn orange rust the same. A metal plate in the ceiling of the log burner approx. 4 inches by 7 inches, held in by its own weight, if touched by a log collapses into the roof and when cold the next day you can place back in, in our opinion this is due to serious bad design. Now it is only 2 months old most of the paint is off the top of it and is a real eyesore in our living room. Friends of ours have had Jotuls for 15 years and have had less problems than we have had in 15 days. We are now looking for a proper log burner as the back up from Morso UK through the shop in Somerset has been absolutely 100% ZERO. We are so angry with Morso we wish we'd never heard the name. They are making us feel ill!