So I have come across it in a couple other threads but wanted to get the full understanding of the baffle plate and its position. From what I have gathered from the other threads is if you have an older englander 25 model then the baffle plate should almost sit flush against the back wall. But I think in the newer model it should be leaning forward and almost touching the front of the stove. So my question is to the nice guy from Englander who posts on here quiet a bit. What is the actual design (optimal location) of the baffle plate? Touching the front? as a specific angle? or distance to the heat exchanger? It seams there is a lot of room for adjustment and I would like to get mine in the best possible position to get the most heat output. Mine seams to float just a little bit away from the front wall(never touches it) and has almost an 1inch of movement back wards if I push it. so there is a lot of places it could be.