Looks like Osburn put out a new line of Matrix stove and insert. Matrix has the firebox of the Osburn 2000 (2.1 cf) with a modern aesthetic. http://www.osburn-mfg.com/product.aspx?CategoId=1&Id=582 The stove has a steel box with a cast iron and soap stone top. Comes with a blower and ash drawer. It also has options for soapstone panels on the sides, and a fresh air kit. http://www.osburn-mfg.com/product.aspx?CategoId=7&Id=583 The insert is a flush mount steel box with a cast iron surround. It has an optional projection kit, fire screen and fresh air kit. I really like the look of this unit. They're offering $200 as I guess an introductory sale. I'd love to hear if anyone buys these units. I like the modern look of both of these units. If they are constructed like my 2400i, I'm sure they are well built. I love the idea of storing/priming your next load of wood beneath the stove. As for the insert, I like the idea that the surround is cast iron. I would guess that would radiate a bit of heat. However one thing I love about my unit is the fact that it protrudes 8-9" into the room allowing a significant amount of heat to radiate even without the fan going. With the flush mount this is lost (I assume). What's do you think?