I have an EPA-approved stove. I've read on this forum for years about using dry wood, which I do, and how folks who have "smoke dragons" don't understand why dry wood is important. I've never owned or used a smoke dragon. My question (just out of curiosity) is: are folks with smoke dragons correct in saying that dry wood isn't worth it for them? Are they better off using wet wood, dry wood, or it doesn't really make any difference?