I'm new to this site and wood pellet's in general. I did quite a bit of research on wood pellet's and stoves (here and other places on the net) and last night I bought a new Harman Accentra. I based this decision largely on the knowledgable dealer, the warranty and to be honest, it was the one stove that my wife liked the looks of the best. ha. (I know, good reason to base the purchase of a stove on). We've been heating our 2,400 sq ft house with just propane this year and with $3.25 propane, I figured it was time to diversify at least some. We are going to use the Accentra to supplement our propane as best as we can. I don't think it will heat the whole house, but that is not our intention. I got a pretty good deal on the stove as the dealer sold me what they referred to as a "red dot" stove. Supposedly it has some cosmetic issues to it and the factory cut them a deal on it. I looked it over and the cosmetic issues are pretty minor and I like saving money! I ended up buying a ton of pellets from the dealer. They were a tad pricey at $250 a ton (they are Country Boy White Lightning), but the dealer told me they are oak pellets and will burn hot and with low ash. If nothing more, it will give me a basis to judge other pellets against. I have been searching through the pellet price reports (following the link in the sticky above) and following this forum concerning prices and availability. The only bad thing is that these can only be filtered by state. Is there any way to get prices in my area (Central Ohio/Columbus/Marysville area)? I plan on checking out Home Depot, TSC and a local country store that I think sells them. I have a 3/4 ton diesel truck and it handled the ton of pellets just fine, so delivery isn't an issue. But with $4 diesel, it makes sense to get them as close as possible. The stove dealer has a pre-season buying program, but they are 45 minutes away, so basically I would need to make 3 or 4 trips back there to get my pellets for the year. Any other suggestion for pellet places is appreciated.