My Woodstock Progress Hybrid will be arriving soon. I figure many here have moved heavy stoves. Here are my questions: 1) How do you recommend that I get the stove off my trailer? - Option 1: If my hand-truck can handle it - use ropes/pulley system to slow/ease it down ramp (will take several people) - Option 2: Rent some kind of high pallet lifter? From where? - Option 3: slide stove down ramp - easing it down with ropes with no hand truck - Others? 2) How do I get stove down 13 stairs? (stairs are in garage, made of concrete, plenty wide stair well) - Option 1: lay 2x10's on stairs for ramp, slide stove (in crate) down, easing with ropes & winch (i have a winch) - Option 2: Use hand-truck. Don't like this idea. Dangerous......Although this is how I got my current stove down. (500-550 pounder) A 700 lb stove makes this a no go. Maybe if I include ropes and pulleys but then I will need many people and I want to bug as few people as possible. - Other Options? 3) How to get old stove off hearth and new stove onto 10" hearth? (we used an elaborate method of a car jack and cribbing to get old one on, which can be done, but it is a slow process) - Option 1 - use slow process of car jack and cribbing and precariously move it over onto hearth....same way I did with old stove. (don't like....but will if I must) - Option 2) - Rent some type of lifter. Suggestions? Need something that can extend over the 10 inch hearth.