Why aren't any modern wood stoves electronic/microprocessor controlled? It would seem that controlling air intake, damper, CAT engagement, etc. via electronics can make for a very efficient and easy to use stove. The stove can be designed to operate manually without the electronics in case of a failure or power outage. A small battery backup can probably power the electronics for quite a while, since the microprocessors, flaps, etc. wouldn't need a large power draw (unlike pellet stoves which have an auger to feed the pellets). Monitoring and controlling the stove electronically can also prevent common operational problems including overfiring, etc., and can even compensate for wet and unseasoned wood. Has any manufacturer tried this?