I'm finally getting caught up. Between work, home chores, helping Mom out at her property, splitting, hauling, and stacking 3.5 cords of red oak, it's time to examine the install of a Woodstock Fireview which my wife and I brought home mid-March. BTW, what a pleasure it was dealing with the folks at Woodstock especially Loren. A first class operation. We visited the factory during January and after seeing the stove I knew I would own one. We've been burning a Englander 13-NC for about 10 years and overall have been happy but I think the I will be happier with the Fireview based on my reading here and elsewhere. So here is my request: What are your design thoughts on installing the Fireview into an existing fireplace based on the following: I do not wish to cut into the existing hearth extension The room is shallow 11 x 21 (9-1/2 ft to the hearth step with two lazyboy recliners opposite the fireplace I need to install the fireview so that it sits outside of the hearth due to side loading door The room floor is concrete (was initially supposed to be a single car garage) covered with carpeting From the side view, the Fireview leg spread is 18" and there is 13-1/2" on the hearth extension Thank you in advance.