I'm just trying to get this forum up and running with lots of contributions and ideas for people interested in central heat. So the more the merrier. I'll really have to hunt down some Tarm guys and get them over here. Tarm makes great boilers and gasifiers and it would be nice to compare notes. There's a small group of Tarm 60 owners over on Yahoo who taught me a lot about storage and gasifiers when I was thinking about getting one. They might want to stop by. And there's a few Hearth.com members with OWBs, and I hope they'll feel welcome here as well. They do some interesting things with heat exchangers and heating garages and outbuildings that most indoor boiler people don't get into. And in-floor radiant--that's a pretty hot new technology that the "big box burners" seem to know something about. Most OWB's aren't pressurized, which I find interesting, since I've always had closed loop pressurized systems. Check out nofossil's website if you get the chance. A lot of knowledge and thought obviously went into it. Leaddog has the same boiler I do, and I've already learned a lot from him. And slowzuki's got three of these really cool, obsolete gasifiers that you load vertically and go like the speed of sound, or some such. My boiler has a little electronic controller that's so small the mfg. houses it in a big pyramid on top of the boiler so that it looks impressive. Slowzuki's rig has what looks like a utility substation bolted to a big piece of plywood. So it's all good.