Finally! That's all I have to say. the store got the stove and are coming wednesday to install. I am taking the day off, to oversee the instalation and to make sure they dont mess up with the roof. I dont want to be dealing with leaks couple years down the road. Unfortunately it has been really cold the last couple days and it is going to continue to be cold, and I am afraid that it will hinder the performance of the poor folks that have to go on the roof for the flue, but I will keep an eye on it. I want to make sure that they do the draft test to be certain that the stove will be working at optimum performance. Because I don't know much about that stuff, do you guys have any info on how I am certain that the stove is well regulated and just not because the installer says it is and wants to get the hell outta here? Anyway, the stove will be installed between the kitchen and living room. It is a somewhat high traffic area, but I am counting on the stove to be really hot only on the glass area. It is a good location because it is more or less central area in the house, as I have a open kitchen/finingroom and large entrance to living room, and right in front of the stove the hallway for the bedrooms and washroom. So the stove should be able to keep the house warm without effort. Its only a 1200sq open area. Hopefully some of the heat will get to the basement. the flue will go thru the wall and then it will have "T" to which it will then go up thru the ceiling and then roof. The "T" is for cleaning purposes as I dont want to go on the roof to brush it. It is a very windy area around here, I hope that wont affect the draft. I cant wait for wednesday.