I'm looking around for a pellet stove to heat a 1500 SF area in my home in S. CT. We have wood pellets already but it was definetly not an easy thing to get them around here and we're worried it may be harder in future years...demand probably will just keep going up we're thinking. So we're thinking we might opt for a multi fuel stove, to keep our options open. Not that corn is easily available around here, but what do people know about the possibility of other biomass pellets becoming available in the next few years? So I have a few questions: can a "wood pellet" stove burn biomass pellets? (Switchgrass, other organic material made into pellets) If we purchased a "multi fuel" stove and we only ended up burning wood pellets, would it burn them as well/efficiently as a "wood pellet only" stove? Is there any other reason we should lean toward pellet only vs multi fuel (otherwise seems obvious to keep your options open and go with multifuel if all else is equal). If folks vote for multi-fuel, do you have any favorite units in the 40,000-60,000 BTU range? Many thanks in advance for your advice!!