I am replacing an old Morso 1125 (From 1978 or so) and I am looking for some advice. The stove is the primary heat source. The house is ~2200 sf, with an open floor plan downstairs, regular ceiling height, and the stove is at the N end of the house. The following are the parameters that I am looking for: - Large size stove - Not too deep of a stove (the hearth pad is all brick, but is only 33" in depth. I have a copper sheet for a spark protector, but it would look a little weird if the stove hung out beyond the 33" brick pad. - Not just steel - Viewing window - Non-cat I have been eyeing the Hearthstone Manchester, as it is ~20" for a depth. I also like the Jotul F 55 Carrabassett (and its price), as well as the Firelight. I am looking for thoughts on these three, as well as other recommendations. I have found very little info on the Manchester, so if anyone has burned one of these stoves, your thoughts are what I am looking for in particular. I know Jotul's are solid all the way around, so I don't need to be convinced of their virtues at this point. Any and all opinions are appreciated, including other stoves I should include on my short list.