Well, it's finally here. Installation went pretty smoothly. The only problem was removing some of the bricks to install the pipe. Installer said that whoever installed did a great job because those bricks didn't want to come out! I did my first two break in fires and everything went very smoothly. Then fired up the third fire which was to get to about 450 degrees and then cool down. So, woke up this morning and loaded her up, got the temp up to about 450 degrees and cut her back and left for work. Wife called a little bit ago and said it was right in the middle of the "best burn" zone. So, that is good. Just wanted to thank all of you guys and girls on this website and the folks that run this website. After doing much research and asking questions, I felt confident in firing up my stove. Although, I have to admit it was a little intimidating at first I don't know how I would have done it without the tips and great feedback on this website. I don't know what else to say, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. I've attached before and after pictures. Isn't she beautiful!