Greetings...First post on this forum, and I may be utterly insane, but here's my wish.... I live in a very small single-wide trailer in southern NH. Heat is currently an oil furnace, but when power goes out in winter, no other source is available. When I was growing up, my parents had a Franklin Stove that I got quite good at working with...looking around on the net, I finally found a picture of the model (Didn't realize there were SO many, even called "Franklin Stove" Apparently, the model my parents had was the S. L. Rogers, patented in 1965. However, this stove is much too large for my small abode..I'd like to find a smaller version of it... Things I liked about the Rogers... Slidable Vents in the doors allowed me to light kindling, close doors, open vents, and airflow would quickly ignite logs, for a quick warmup on cold nights. Damper could be micro-adjusted, so maximum heat was pushed into room, but not smoke. (pull it out until you saw smoke curling out, then push it back in a bit) My trailer has a "extension" in the living room area, I'm hoping to place the stove in a corner, and run the stovepipe out a window that has been re-purposed for the stovepipe (and airconditioning vent during the summer from a stand-alone AC unit.) In the second picture, the AC unit shown has been removed, and the whole window has been filled in with concreteboard, with a hole made in the center for the stovepipe to come through (8 inch clearance on all sides) Any ideas, comments, criticisms??