I was fortunate to have stumbled across hearth.com in 2012 when participating in our province's energy efficiency program. I was very grateful to be able to benefit from the experience of other members with regards to a choice which needed to be made regarding replacing a very inefficient wood fireplace in our living room at the time (went with Osburn's Stratford wood fireplace which we're very happy with). Our oil furnace is nearing the end of its useful life; oil tank must be changed this year (insurance) due to its age. This, and the ever increasing, and high, cost of furnace oil, had me return to hearth.com where I've discovered the existence of "wood gasification" furnaces. The Kuuma Vapor Fire sounds like the way to go, however, I've looked for, but not found, Canadian members on hearth.com with a Vapor Fire (wanting to see if they have successfully been imported to Canada by another member). I'd love to know of anyone who was able to successfully import a Vapor Fire; what their experience was with doing that, as well as with the furnace itself. I have looked at PSG's Caddy\MaxCaddy (because of other members' positive reported experiences with them), however, I'm really interested in the lower reported emissions of the Kuuma. Any Canadian Kuuma owners out there?