I can't remember if I have asked this question before or not. I know we have talked in the boiler room about other fuel options for gassers, like the bricks, wood chips, etc. But I recently bought a wood pellet stove for my camp to keep the electricity from turning on. It is working great and I really like it. So I have considered placing some wood pellets in my gasser for an extra charge of BTUs when things get really cold. I was thinking of filling a half gallon cardboard milk container with pellets and placing them on top of a good supply of medium size splits. This would help to contain the pellets until they get down to the coal bed. What do you think?