I know there are a lot of threads out there on thermostats, and i've read a lot - but I can't seem to find definitive answers to my questions, so I started a new one. I recently purchased a Hampton/Regency GCI60 (same as enviro m55). They wanted $170 for a wired millivolt thermostat from skytech and I opted out since I wanted to investigate a wireless option and because they weren't going to install it anyhow. So for a person in my position, the questions I have are: 1. What are the pros and cons of wireless? My primary interest is avoiding a lot of in-wall wiring with an electrician. Is there a compatible model for my stove, that uses millivolt? 2. I saw on another thread that the Skytech thermostats are good. Their website is almost useless so I emailed them for more information, prices, who sells their products, etc. For those who have one they like, which model is it? Is it millivolt compatible? 3. Wireless thermostats have a receiver which needs to be wired to the stove. How do I find out if my stove has a receptacle for this? How have others set up their GCI60/M55's? Thanks for any information!