I've got plenty of smaller stuff too. Takes big rounds to make splits like that. Anyway, back to what I think was the point of this thread. It wasn't that hard to get 95 pounds of wood in there and I had a big coal bed already. Very few modern stoves can do this. The combination of the tstat and the cat let you meter that load out anyway you want. I could put that load in in September and let it burn for 2 days if I wanted or given the weather we are facing it will probably get loaded on maybe half gone when I leave for work in the morning. Pretty cool to have a stove that does both.