I have had a weekend with burning in the Fireview, a good range of weather as well. I must say hard to say. Not sure a whole weekend can be the whole story, however I believe the fireview will say in the starting gig. The Jotul is great to look at, easy to run, easy to take care of, capable of easy over night burns, gobs of heat, great view of the fire, what more could you ask of a stove. The Fireview while I always though as very ornate, in person weren't as over the top. good to look at, easy to run, hair more difficult to take care of, the burn times are simply impressive, i now understand the soft heat, but is still capable of sweating you out of the room. a somewhat decent view of the fire. My decision came down to this. I wanted a stove up in my main area that going to be running nearly all the time, to be easy to use, long burns without me fiddling with the thing, obviously heat the main floor well. so far the burn times are easy 2-3-4 hours longer, depending on the fuel and over all length of burn. not to banish the jotul. No rather she is getting a more traditional style, but brand new just for her type of spot. i will call on her when mother natures winds carry the coldest of days our way. and when the wife says it cold.... Pictures are coming...looks as if ill be re reading posting pictures again.