Good morning everyone! As a newbie here, this site has been a great place to find information - wealth of knowledge - So thank you everyone thus far. I moved into my home in Maine in Feb. 2010 - having spent $10,000/year in heating oil I knew I needed something else, or at least supplemental to the Buderus G215 boiler. After a few seasons of cutting/splitting/stacking/hauling/burning wood from my property, my wife and I realized (now that we have a little one we welcomed to the world this past year...) we needed to take the next step and implement a third heating source (oil/wood/now pellet) into the home and something she feels comfortable with - hauling in wood or starting fires in the fireplace hasnt been her favorite tasks, although she helped split and stack. Here are some pictures - Our current 6 zone Buderus boiler, some of the wood under the back deck, and the first part of installing the PF100. I've only gotten to the wiring and venting - I had a local duct work/sheet metal place custom fab most of the fittings and helped me to the extreme of converting my home to forced air. Its a large home - So I got the upgraded Dayton blower 1500cfm. Picked up the furnace from a great place in Sanford, Maine. A lot of thanks to them for a great price and providing me with all the info and help I needed.Fortunately I was able to get the PF100 out of the bed of my Avalanche and loaded into my garage on a furniture roller the same time I removed my hot tub from my second story deck - I rented a 35' extension tele-handler - 2 birds with one stone. You can see I was able to haul a ton of pellets in the Avalanche. Didn't ride too bad, Only went about 3 miles with it loaded. Check out the springs, ouch. I purchased a two tons thus far....1 from Paris Farmers union for $215, and another ton at Tractor supply for $215 I'll post more pics and the final install later this week as I get it completed. Your comments and suggestions are wanted! Thanks.