So the Englander is now on the first floor, heating that level OK, upstairs is [usually] comfortable, but outside temps only 20-30*. Colder temps in a few days will be the real challenge. I've been keeping the fan maxed at 9, with the temp setting somewhere 2-5 depending on room temp. The room is ~133sq ft., with 8'x7' opening into hallway / kitchen at the opposite end of the room from stove. Small fan there blowing into the rest of house. The fan's setting shouldn't have any impact on the actual fire(?) So leaving the fan at 9 should only result more air being moved (and a lot more noise), am I right? Stove's temp hovers around maybe 350. We can get the room the stove is in to 80s, but need to work on circulating the air better. Noticeable difference in temp from stove room to kitchen. Thoughts on getting better airflow? House is pretty open with the staircase centrally located and beginning right at the opening to the room the stove's in. Seems like we should be able to get a good airflow going. Ceiling fan above stairs? Working with 3 different brands of pellets ATM, with two unopened pallets up in the garage, so that's another variable to deal with.