A couple months ago I bought a used 2007 model St Croix Greenfield corn stove... with a pellet burn pot included. Never had a chance to mess with it until today. I pulled the fans to clean 'em... burning that corn (as the original owner did) sure does make a crusty mess. I can see the additional corrosion that corn brings to the table. One thing I also noticed is this stove is built with much heavier gauge steel in the firebox and some other areas. Where my other St Croix stove is sheet metal this is 1/8 sheet stock. So I cleaned the fans (pretty clean actually!) and rodded out the area behind the firebox... worked good and the stove wasn't too dirty. Changed the combustion fan gasket and the gasket that is on the exhaust adaptor. Then I switched to the pellet burn pot, poured in a few pounds of pellets and fired it up on my coaster wagon work stand... I really have zero experience with a digital control as my older pepein is al analog. After several minutes the fire finally got going a little but I am not sure I have the correct burn pot in the stove. St Croix has a good website but give precious little info on switching from corn to pellets. The stove did burn for about one hour... it is very quiet compared to my oler stove but it does not hve a variable speed fan... something that's nice to have. Yeah I know you want pix... stay tuned. I tried to burn corn in my old stove but I guess i should have used regular corn instead of the creamed variety... after the label burned off of the can the fire went out.