Hi all, So I picked up a used Atlantic 224 for $120. It looks like the seams have been resealed and it has a new coat of polish. My original plan was to pick up a small stove to heat my 300 sq ft shed, but this stove looks so nice and is bigger than I was expecting so I thought I might try it as an insert in my fireplace in the family room. I slid it in and attempted to light it without success. My biggest problem is my green wood, which I'm a bit annoyed about because I explained to the guy that I need wood that I can burn today and I end up with the wettest wood I've ever had. Crappy wood aside, I was wondering if I need to put firebricks or a grate in the woodstove which is essentially an empty metal box? Also I didn't put any pipe on the stove, I just thought the smoke would get drawn up the chimney - which it did... but after a little thought I figured I'm probably only getting a fraction of the draft... and maybe this is a problem? Anyway, I think what I'm going to do is move the woodstove to the shed as originally planned, put some pipe on it and buy some decent wood, which brings me to my last question - can anyone recommend someone who will bring me seasoned wood when I ask for seasoned wood? I'm West of Boston. Thanks for reading...!! Jon.