I have a 15 year old Quadrafire 3100 and am thinking of replacing it with a Pacific Energy Super 27. Our house is an 1800 square foot cape in western Massachusetts. The Quad doesn't quite keep up with heating the house when it gets below about 15 degrees F. We supplement with a little oil and an old Fisher Mama Bear stove in the basement. I am hoping the Super will be able to supply all of the heat we need so that I don't have to fire a second stove or pay the oil man on those cold nights. I am also hoping it will have longer burn times and maybe be a little more efficient. Does anyone know if my hopes for these improvements are realistic, or should I stick with the Quad?