My actual stove box is 16.5"wide x 19"deep. The floor is fairly simple. The info i find ranges 12" to 18" on the sides. I am good with 18" on the front & sides (mostly) for floor protection. I can reduce the wall clearance to 12" with a proper barrier. The width of the base would be 52.5" (shooting more for 50"). This happens to be the same width/space i have to make my wall barrier. It is between a door on one side & a window on the other. This is all on the same (long) wall. Now comes the headache. The info i find says that i have to measure diagonally from the back corner of my stove to the edge of my wall protection witch must be at least 36". To get this clearance i would have to put my wall protection over my window or with a 50" wide wall protection move my stove out to 30" from the wall. Moving it out would put the floor protection about 70" into the room. This would be the middle of my living room. What am i missing. I have seen similar stoves in much smaller spaces. I would like to do this right, i even bought the triple wall pipe & roof kit, but the numbers i am coming up with seem a little extreme. I don't under stand how the floor protection is good at 52. 5" wide (and doesn't deviate) but the wall protection is so huge. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.