Wife got knarly with me again this morning "I am going to move out." She hates the smell of smoke in the house. My procedure: open cat, open thermostat full, shut off the blower, open the door a crack to let the draft get going good. Go get coffee or something, come back, very slowly open the door to load wood.... smoke comes out of the damn door. I love the stove's operation, control, etc... but I keep thinking with the front of the stove slanted back its almost impossible to not have smoke come out when the door is open. My chimney is class A, about 30' inside the heated envelope (except the top 12 ft. or so is in a chase above the heated envelope but enclosed). And wood is 2 years dry. Am I doing something wrong? Is my draft too weak (with that length of chimney, I thought it might be too strong)?