Hi- I've been burning wood for many years in an older Lange stove and am looking to move on to a more modern stove, hopefully with a larger capacity. I'm looking at a Jotul Firelight 12. It's a 1995 model and the person who's selling it doesn't know much about the condition it's in. Before I make the trek to look at it, I wanted to get some opinions as I have no experience with catalytic burners or modern stoves in general. Anyone have strong feelings about this model? I've always had an aversion to catalytic stoves because I hear they're very finnicky... I have three or so cords of bone dry wood for this winter, but after that I'll be on to wood that was split this spring. Is that going to be a big problem for me? Also - I've attached the pictures of the stove that I have. It looks like something was removed from the side of the stove. Anyone know what is supposed to go there? The stove has a broken front leg that I can replace for less than 100$. With that in mind, and presuming that there's no hidden problems, what's a stove like this worth?