I'm wondering if other Morso 5660 insert owners can help answer a few questions for me. 1. Hot coals falling out of the stove: The fire box is pretty shallow and the front lip is fairly low so as a result it's very common for hunks of hot coals to try and often succeed falling out of the stove when the door is opened no matter how carefully. Has anyone figured out how to manage firing the stove to avoid this issue? Or has anyone tried retrofitting anything into the front of the fire box to prevent coals from falling out? I've been using wood stoves and inserts nearly all my life and this is the first stove I've had this experience with. We really like the insert and can live with the hassle if no one has any suggestions. 2. Blower: This is the third season we've run this insert with its blower (it's Morso's detachable, magnet-secured blower that fits in the space under the fire box which came with the insert). At this point the blower, which once enabled us to dial the blower speed from low to high, is limited to a single speed no matter where we set the dial. I don't know switches, but could it be that the switch is just worn out? I took everything out and cleaned it all up thinking that microparticles of ash had maybe built up in the electrical components to reduce function or that the squirrel cage fan was simple weighted down with built up ash. But that made no difference. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to make the blower speed switch functional again? 3. Burn time: As mentioned, we love this insert but sometimes I wish the Morso 5660 fire box was just maybe 10% or so larger to enable us to load it a little more so our unattended burn times would be longer. Seems like the max we get is around 6 hours damped down loaded with high quality hardwood (wax myrtle). We heat our house almost exclusively with this insert so long burn times are important (as someone else said in this forum somewhere, home heating efficiency is only gained when you keep the fire going 24/7). Do any of you 5660 users have any tips for extending burn times? Or does anyone happen to know if Morso is planning to make a slightly larger insert (we really like it's clean look)? I know there a lot of questions here so my apologies for the that and thanks for any advice you can offer!