This is my first post on here so take it easy on me Recently purchased a Vistaflame VF100 insert for our fireplace in our 1960's era 1400sqft house. Working great and keeping us toasty warm at 70-72F. Going through about 1 bag of pellets a day; or $4.19, as compared to at least $10/day when we were running our old electric forced air system (even though it never got warmer than 65F). Anyhow, since I now have one pellet-burning appliance, figure it might be getting close to the time to add some heat in the garage/shop as well. The shop is about 500sqft and basically uninsulated. Dimensions are 25'x20'x12' peak; concrete slab foundation and plywood lap siding. I plan on insulating eventually but not until summer, or at least until I get some heat in so it's bearable to work. I'm in Oregon so winter temps are not too cold - usually about 45F high and 35F low, with lots of rain. Coldest it'll ever get is about 20F. I want to be able to have the ability to get temps up into the 70's and 80's to speed up curing on paints & finishes. Looking for suggestions on stoves to put in that won't break the bank ($400-600 range for the stove, and another $200ish for the vent kit). From all I've heard, don't get a Kozi, but otherwise, what brands/models would be a good fit in there? Whitfield Advantage II circa 1995 has been recommended.