I'm speaking from a Pacific Northwest perspective here, and was wondering whether others would dispute my general idea of the perfect mix to cover a burning season's needs. Here's my dream list: --About 10% ultra-light, quick-starting softwood such as .Western red cedar. --Approximately 30% medium-density softwoods (or soft hardwoods) such as doug fir, alder, soft maple, etc. --And around 60% hard-core stuff, such as white oak, madrone, black locust, etc. Sound about right?