In preparation for potentially keeping the Firelight 12, I'm trying to think of ways to guarantee that I won't screw up again and overtighten the glass clips that hold in my two panes of glass worth over $100 each. After discussing the issue with Jotul technicians, apparently the glass gasket listed on their parts breakdown in thinner than they actually recommend at 1/8" rather than 3/16", so I'll be swapping that out hoping it will add more padding and flexibility when the stove starts to expand. I've also ordered brand new clips for both doors just in case the existing ones aren't delivering consistent pressure on the glass surface, but I was thinking about taking it a step further and was looking for advice. When reviewing the design last night the thought occurred to me to cut a small piece of gasket and place it between the clip and the glass to cushion the plate, and remove the non forgiving glass/metal interface. When thinking back to manufacturing equipment I've worked with over the years I can't remember ever seeing glass bolted directly to steel without some sort of forgiving material in between, so I'm wondering if the concept in similar here. Anyone ever do this or see an issue with giving it a try? Thanks.