I have been burninig in the stove for almost 4 weeks now so figured I would post the review now. I wanted to really put the stove through its paces before I did a full on review and I have done just that. It hasnt been above -30 for the past 5 days so what a better time for a review than now.. The setup: Stove- Heatilator Eco Choice WS-22 7 ft. of double wall 6' pipe 8 ft Class A chimney 2- 45 elbows for offset The Install: The install went well only problem we had was the stud finder aparantly lied and we had a roof joist where one wasnt suppose to be so I had to use 2- 45's for a small offset so I didnt get the straight through shot as planned but all in all not a big deal. Stove is drafting great and I use a soot eater so not a problem for cleaning. Burn Cycles: So far have used about 1/3 cord and have been burning 24/7 for a while now doing a full reload at night full reload in the morning and a 1/2 load when I get home from work. There wasnt much of a learning curve with the stove I guess I got lucky and found the sweet spot on the first or second real fire after the break ins. She is a smooth cruiser right around 520 with secondaries going full blast. Everything works as it is suppose to and man it really cranks out the heat in fact that may be my only complaint ( i know terrible me my stove is too hot) So I rarely ever fill it to the gills or it will have the stove room around 86+ in no time. I opted for the corner install which can be as close to the walls at 3 inches from the corners and I am at about 5 inches away so no problems with clearences. When the stove is full blast the hottest the walll has gotten was 95 per IR thermometer so no concerns there. I strayed from the cycle this week just to see how long I cold go between Reloads. This week is has been -30 and colder and I did a full load and let it burn down to coals and didnt reload for 13 hours and still had good coals for it to take right off again without even using kindling. End notes All in all it is an Awesome stove which has far exceeded my expectations for the money I dont belive it can be beat price wise despite what the 30-NC crowd says ( ducks and hides). I have plenty of friends that wood burn and have first hand seen other stoves perform all the way up to the fancy soap stone's and this keeps up with stoves 2 and 3 times its price IMO. Secondaries doing their thing.. I had a video but for whatever reason it is super dark when uploaded but looks fine on the camera. Anywho the video is of the fabeled blue flame secondaries I will try to edit it and brighten it up and repost. And yes I know I still need to trim the hearth I have been to busy being lazy and enjoying the stove.