The main area the home we're building is essentially one room, therefore a single zone for that area makes sense. However, the kitchen lacks space for wall heaters, and in-floor radiant would be a good option. The rest of the space will have high output wall panel radiators. The radiators can run at 140-180 degrees, but the in floor radiant would need to be much less. Question 1 - Is there any way to mix down the water temperature in the radiant loop once that zone is moving? Question 2 - Would running the water through all the wall panels first, then through the radiant zone be a workable option. The kitchen floor will be wood, so I would not want temps greater than 110 or so. I could size the radiators for 140 degree water, which actually would work better for the heat storage system we're using on a wood boiler...but is losing 30 degrees likely? Question 3 - I'm not worried about a cold feel to the wood floor, so some type of toekick heater could work. I would rather stay away from something with a fan. Does such a thing exist?