Well, officially shacked up with the women and sold my last home. Had to take the Woodstock Soapstone with me! Constructed a simple 2x4 cart with two medium duty 3 inch wheels at one end and two 3 swivel wheels at the other. Just had to make sure that the wheels would be directly under the stove legs. Lifted one end up with my left hand and slid the cart underneath. The harder part (grunt, grunt) was to lift the other end up and shimy the stove back another two inches to get the two remaining legs up on the cart. Had to slide the cart back to brace on a wall so it would not roll across the floor while I lifted away. After it was on the cart, I put screws around each leg so it would not slide off while rolling it around. Used a friends low, small utility trailer with a nice set of ramps. Even with wheels, going up a small incline was more difficult then I imaged. Strapped it down and away I went, into storage! Anyway, not something I would recommend doing yourself, because if this thing starts to tip, its game over! But for a hardhead like me, it was a challenge I had to take. Can't wait this fall to replace the womens trusty VC Resolute Acclaim with the Woodstock Keystone to compare burn/heating characteristics. Used the VC to heat the rancher all last year and it did a good job, but having a reliable overnight burn will make my life much easier in the morning.