We just accepted an offer on our house, and the Enviro is staying. I had a small suburban lot that was stacked with about 5 cords. I gave all but a cord and a half to friends and family who burn, and left some for the new owners. For the short time that I had it, I was very pleased/impressed with the insert and wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone looking for a med/largish insert to fit a cramped fireplace. No complaints at all. I'm currently in the middle of the short sale process for our new house, and my closing date has been kicked back 3 times. Major PITA. As far as the new place, it's about 2900 sqft and has an old ZC fireplace that will eventually be torn out in favor of a freestanding or EPA rated ZC fireplace. I'm leaning more toward freestanding though. From the current looks of things (judging by the chase size), I wouldn't be able to install the stove I really want, an Equinox. The alcove wouldn't be big enough. The wife isn't a fan of traditional steel or cast stoves, so the BKK and Buck 91 are out. So I'm leaning toward the Summit Classic in red/nickel or the Mansfield. At this point this is all just speculation, cause I won't know what I'm working with till the ZC comes out. Also, the first thing I'm doing when/if we get this place is put in a new high efficiency gas furnace cause the old one is shot. Plus some time/money will be spent sealing and shoring up some insulation deficiencies in the new house before the stove goes in. I still have an NC-30 sitting in storage that I may try to convince my wife is a "temporary" solution, but she's not a fan of the looks. I'll probably just sell it in September and get back what I bought it for. I'll still be hanging around cause this stuff interests me.