Hi, Need help with a couple of issues re use of the Jotul 4 The context: We are adding a 20' x 30' combination sitting area/bedroom+bathroom+mudroom+laundry addition to a small 1949 house we just bought in WV. The addition has a 16'x12' sitting area w/ a 14' cathedral ceiling and large windows looking out into the woods...next to the sitting area but tucked under a loft ceiling is the bed. Primary heat source for the addition is to be radiant floor heat. In case of power outage in the winter, we'd have the Jotul as temporary back-up heat. We intend to use the Jotul 4 as a fireplace (for its door can be tucked under the firebox). My husband likes to light an early morning fire to take the chill off and sip his coffee and read/write (In the late '60s in northern Wisconsin we had a free-standing, cone-shaped Malm fireplace in a lakeside cabin--he wants to recreate this experience with the Jotul which has a smaller footprint + it's Norwegian +....it's complicated...). Issue #1: Is placing the Jotul in the sitting area a no-no cuz of the contiguous open "bedroom"?... Issue #2: (don't know if this requires a new thread?) I get the impression from having read all the Jotul 4 posts I could find that he might have trouble starting a fire cuz the stove/pipes are cold so lacks proper draft and will take forever to light? Is it a mistake to assume that in no time he can have a fire going in the Jotul 4 as he did with the Malm? In other words, is the Jotul 4 combifire not a good choice if intended use is as a fireplace cuz it won't behave like a fireplace? Thanks in advance for any advice re these issues.