I am strongly considering putting in a Napoleon 1900 in place of my current 1400 for added burn time, more heat output and a longer log length. The problem is the need for an additional 2" of clearance. I then noticed people recommending the Pacific Energy Summit. I have downloaded the manual for the summit and scoured their website but can't find even half the information that Napoleon puts on their site. If anyone knows the firebox size and the rated low fire burn time on the Summit, I'd appreciate it. Lastly I realize the difference between convection and radiant heat and how a radiant stove can put out a lot more btu yet be rated for less sq.ft. than a convection. I'm confused then by how the Summit, which I understand to be convection like the Napoleon, can put out more btu, have less sq. ft. and still require less clearance. They both have 3.0 cu.ft. fireboxes so it would seem that the Summit would rely more on radiant to get the higher btu rating. It seems strange that it would have a 5" corner clearance vs. the 8" required on the Napoleon 1900. I really don't have the resources to keep buying stoves so I want this next stove to be my last. I want the stove that will heat more of my house while being stuffed in an addition on the backside of my house. Probably the worst place but the only place for my stove to go. I rely heavily on fans to circulate air.