it seems like everywhere I go I find a stove that is blowing out wayyy hotter air. My neighbor has an old Breckwell and that thing cranks it out....they can't even have it higher than the lowest setting or it blows everyone out of the room. Another friend has a Regency greenfire and it's the same deal. I looked at Harmans and Enviros today and it's the same thing. I have a 25-pdvc and a 10-cpm and I can't get them near that hot. I've adjusted and adjusted and adjusted. I"ve burned american wood fibers and green supremes over the last 2 years. I think they're functionally fine and they've been good, reliable stoves to this point. But I have to admit it's frustrating that I can't get that kind of heat of out of them. Is it just the heat exchanger design? I can't seem to get the blowtorch like flame that other brands generate. I've read that you don't want a flame as active as a blowtorch, but it seems like that's the ticket to heat. The Harman I looked at showed over 400 degree air coming out of the front of the stove! Like I said, I love the englanders and Mike has been awesome on this site. I just feel like something's lacking with the btu's.