This is really aggravating me. The edge of the glass, from bottom to about 3" off the top and from the side towards the middle for about 2-3" keeps getting dirty. Just on the handle side. No matter what. 700 top temps, and still, dirty glass on that side. New door gasket, installed by the sweep, the stove was just installed 10/11. This is the Republic. Secondaries, no secondaries, eco bricks, doesn't matter. The rest of the glass barely has a haze, it's certainly not dirty. It's effing annoying. The hearth shop's only suggestion was the door gasket. Past that, they are clueless...aside from me wanting to drop kick the owner off a tall building (another story, but basically he insists he has no obligation to deal with any problems because he's the new owner and the old business is out of business. Uh, yeah, whatever-you're in the same building with the same name, phone number and all the same stoves in the showroom. This is the LAST Lopi I'll ever buy if I have to deal with either of his shops). The only other thing both DH and I did notice the other day when it was rather windy was that there was a little "dust devil" whirling in that corner (wind causing the ashes to move around in a little tornado like effect) when the door was open. Handle is tight (not too tight, but not loose). So...any ideas? Could the stove actually be "tweaked" (out of square) a little, causing it to allow air in there? We haven't had a mondo draft issue again, but we aren't sure what caused it the last time either (sweep said he didn't see any evidence of a chimney fire, this was a week ago). If it's completely innocent and just a quirk of the stove, I'll get used to it. But I do wonder if somehow it's related to the super-draft we got. If so, I would like to deal with it over the "off season". EDIT: I should mention the glass is actually dirty, not hazy. You can't see through it.