Well I received my first wood delivery of 2 cords today! BUT.... I'm really not sure if its seasoned as long as my dealer said it was. :-( Isn't the wood supposed to be greyish is color? I would say maybe half the pile seems greyish in color and dry and the rest looks like its been cut about 4 months ago. I'm afraid to by a moisture meter to see what the actual readings are. It will probably make me sick to my stomach. I'm a total newbie at this so I probably got screwed. I paid $190 per cord which was a little higher than some other quotes I received but I went with this dealer because he seemed like an honest guy on the phone. Told me that this is the wood he is burning and his parents are burning this year. Plus, I told him I bought a Woodstock Fireview and it holds pieces up to 18" in length. He said no problem, I'll have my guys pick out smaller pieces for you. Well.... I found some pieces that are 21" or more!! Guess I have to break out the miter saw. Here are a few pics of my wood. Can you tell if its any good by looking at the pictures?