This is my first post, but I've reading and learning quite a lot from this forum for the past few months. This an incredibly informative site! I currently heat my 2500 sq st colonial in CT with oil (1100 gal. last year). In looking to reduce my oil consumption I initially began researching pellet inserts, but with the high cost of pellets in CT it doesn't seem like it will save very much. So I have changed my focus to wood inserts. I have visited a few local dealers to get advice and rough price quotes. Two of the dealers I liked quite a bit, one carried Osburn, Harman and Napoleon, while the other carried Regency. Currently, I am leaning toward the Regency, either the I2400 or I3100. I want to heat as much of the house as possible, but I don't want the 350 sq ft room (2 doors 30" and 40") in which the stove will be installed to be too hot. Does anyone have advice on sizing? I don't want an undersized model, but I also don't want one that's too big and has to be choked way down. The other models I am considering are the Harman Exception, Osburn 2400 and the Napoleon 1401. Are there any pros or cons to any of these units that should influence my decision one way or the other? The price quotes I have been getting have been fairly similar, approx $3000 (give or take a little depending on the model) installed with a full SS liner and a blower. Do these prices seem reasonable? Thanks for your guidance.