Sorry. I didn't elaborate on that. I meant that I'd like to use my programmable thermostat to setback the temperature during the day while we are not home and then bring the temp back up just before we get home at night. If I do this, when the thermostat starts calling for heat to bring the temp back up, the stove will be putting out a bunch of heat for a longer period of time. This is the time that the drywall temp worries me. Same idea if I end up using a larger swing setting on the thermostat. If I don't use a setback, the stove doesn't come on for long periods of time. Short little bursts that boost the room temp back up a degree or two and then goes back to idle.