Hello Well, I found it!The Ashley AP5660 or the US Stove 5660 Bay Front Wood Pellet Stove! Trying to find more info and specs I get alot of conflicting information! Does anyone else own this stove and what comments do you have? Wow, All the different specs and varied looks from one brochure or web site to another is just unbelievable! They are made in China ! ! ! One place says 50 lb hopper and another says 55 lb hopper One place says weight is 270 lbs and another says 250 lbs still another says 209 lbs !! 61 lb difference !! I lifted it and it is not 270 lbs. That is for sure! Heats a total of 1,500 or 1750 or 2,000 or 2,200 Square Feet? ? ?. The price for this stove is all over the map ! ! ! On the whole so far, I do actually like this stove! It puts out great heat (48k BTU) for it's size and has nice tension latches for the door and ash pan. The side doors have easy access magnetic latches. The digital control panel has a simplistic look and only has Auto-Hi/Lo with the T-Stat but on the inside, is the only one I have ever seen that is protected by a plastic case from shorts or static charges! The fire brick and logs are the cheap styrofoam but included in the price so not too bad! The chrome trim and 3 sided bay front has a great look. In the right side of the stove, the squirrel cage room blower mounted sideways with the Fasco blower motor on top maybe the only drawback. It can be loud and vibrate when warming up on the lower heat settings. USSC is aware of this issue and if you give them the serial # they will send a replacement. The manual and the brochure show a clunky door handle but most of the stoves really have the hidden tension latches which are much better. Also to adjust that damper they show in the stove manual, you must call USSC to send one out first! See > http://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/us-stove-5660-damper.78719/#post-1003621 Price Woodland Direct is $2829.00 - Ok door is a little more fancy but that is all! - Ahsley AP5660 http://www.woodlanddirect.com/Wood-...500-sqft/Ashley-AP5660-Bay-Front-Pellet-Stove US Stove Company Web Site $0.00 since they do not have any in stock! US Stove 5660 https://www.usstove.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=511 Dynamite Buys is $2564.05 with a fancy grill - Hudson River Sarnac Stove http://www.dynamitebuys.com/store/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=1946 Northline Express MSRP is $2123.13 and their price is $1799.00 - US Stove 5660 http://www.northlineexpress.com/item/5SV-5660/Bay-Front-Pellet-Stove-5660 Amazon.com price is $1798.00 - US Stove 5660 http://www.amazon.com/5660-Bay-Fron...EBJA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1339725162&sr=8-1 Home Depot is $1549.00 - US Stove 5660 http://www.homedepot.com/buy/us-stove-2000-sq-ft-bay-front-pellet-stove-403398.html Also the 5660 and the Saranac Stove appear to be one in the same stove with minor appearance changes and the differing auger cycle times using a better digital control board! Web site for the Chinese manufacturer http://jhxinan.en.alibaba.com/produ...9/Pellet_Stove.html?tracelog=cgsotherproduct1 The two for feed rates and auger run times: Saranac 1-on 4 sec off 12 sec = 1.6 lb/hr 2-on 6 sec off 10 sec = 2.4 lb/hr 3-on 9 sec off 9 sec = 3.2 lb/hr 4- on 10 sec off 6 sec = 4 lb/hr 5-on 12 sec off 4 sec = 4.8 lb/hr 5660 1-on 2 sec off 5 sec = 1.9 lb/hr 2-on 3 sec off 3 sec = 3.3 lb/hr 3-on 5 sec off 3 sec = 4.1 lb/hr 4-on 7 sec off 3 sec = 4.6 lb/hr 5-on 10 sec off 3 sec = 5.1 lb/hr This is if the manual is correctly stating max rate. I guess I am going to have to fake out the low temp switch and measure the feed rates as best I can. Next warm day project! Thanks to all for your help and insight. I made another slight adjustment to the draft flow last night and it seems to be helping with burn consistency. I also made a quick cardboard "gauge" and slipped it behind the ball valve handle to have a reference for adjustments. With the stove running on #3 for @1 hr, the oven thermometer was at 425 degrees with this mornings @27-30 degree outside draft air. Smokey-have you had to order any parts for your stove? If so, did you get them straight from HRSW? The timing sequences on your stove seem to make more sense than the 5660's. Also a more linear feed rate increase. The 5660 model I have does not look like any of the ones below! It looks like pic # 2 without the door handle but without that fancy door grill work also! ! !