Based on my research, I've narrowed my selection to two. (although I'm still open to persuasion). Please talk me into or out of 1) A Woodstock Progress Hybrid; OR into or out of 2) A Blaze King Princess. I'm heating a 2200 sq ft rambler (2200 upstairs, 2200 downstairs). Stove is in the basement atleast 30 feet from the stairs which has a door to enter stairwell.....I leave it open for heat to rise. Basement is fully insulated and finished. House is impressively well insulated. Current stove is a HUGE steel stove which puts out the heat but eats a lot of wood and has no blower. I have a six inch flue, most of which is insulated as it runs through wall and attic, and will be burning lodgpole pine. Its not my main source of heat, but I would burn it a LOT if I could get 12 hour burn times. I just hate building a fire before work and coming home to ashes. Thus I'm only a weekend warrior right now. I have access to plenty of wood. I like the Blaze King for the large fire box and long run times. Dealer is about 1 hour away. Not sure of price. (Wyoming dealer....keep forgetting to call during business hours) I like the Woodstock Progress for its looks mainly, but its no slouch on run times either. It sounds like people are easily exceeding 12 hours of burn. I also like to see the fire. From their site, they appear to be about $3100 plus $200 to $250 to ship. Can cook on both. Finally, any other stoves that compare to the BK? Any that compare with the Progress?