Alright, got the Napoleon Bayfield installed and running. For the first five minutes or so, the pilot flame walks away from the sense rod, and it cycles off. Then she begins snapping her sparks, and the cycle starts all over again. Run time would be maybe 10 or 15 seconds. Seemed worse when I cranked it up on high. The pilot light never went away totally, just walked up an inch or so. When the ips closes its valve, it then disappears. The flames were blue of course. After 5 or maybe a few more minutes, it runs great at any flame level. After 10 or 15 minutes, proper looking blue - mostly yellow flame, and steady. 1) Just the nature of the beast? 2) Safe? 3) Should I maybe try to adjust the sense rod so as to put it more "in the line of fire"? 4) Do nothing? Now that it has been running for an hour or so, I can see where I am gonna like the thing!