I have a chance to purchase an older BKK on craigs (waiting for response on what year it is) Any of you guys able to tell anything about it? I'm really wanting to jump on a new stove, preferrably a princess/chinook since I'm only heating 800sq/ft. However, if it's going to save me 3k this year, I'll deal with getting sweated out in shoulder season. He only wants $150 for the stove and all piping. I'm not sure if that includes piping leaving the house as well, it's probably worth it to just buy that alone if it is! lol. Were all BKK stoves catalytic? I really enjoy the idea of the long low burns, with minimal creosote buildup. If I can get a similar result from this stove, I'll jump on it. Even if I can't use it in the house for being overkill... I might buy it anyway for when my garage is up.