I realize this is totally subjective, but I'd be interested in hearing from folks in New England, especially northeast Mass./southeast NH. I have a little over two cords of nice wood for the winter. My house is about 1,500 sq. feet, two floors. The stove is in the newer, insulated addition. I have radiators heated by natural gas for the rest of the house in case it gets unbearably freezing, but I try not to use it if I don't have to. How much wood do you generally go through in a typically cold winter? Last year was definitely an exception to this. Thanks.