... and I am missing out on it! Left town for a week and I'm watching the temps fall to single digits at night and not crossing freezing during the day. Left the oil on set to 50 to keep pipes etc from freezing, but I sure would rather be seeing how well the PH performs in these temps - finally a chance to let it stretch it's legs a bit. Humph. Timing is everything I suppose. I expect that when we return the house will be cold (50) and I'll get to see how much heat I can pump out burning hot though! Unfortunately it will be evening and time to get kids in bed so will have to use the central heat to bring temps up to sleeping temps quickly so I can't use it as a pure stove test. I wonder how many days it will take before we get the house (walls, furniture, etc) all back up to temp. At least I'll have the weekend to tend the stove - I don't expect to be doing a 12 hr cycle likely much shorter to pump lots of heat out. In the FV I was able to run a 4hr cycle when pushing - I wonder how long a cycle the PH has when burning at close to max burn... Anyone tried?