Sweet! Superdry air + superdry wood + lower pressure = ? Water boils at a lower temp at elevation. . .the first part of the burn cycle involves boiling the water out of the wood. . .I dunno. I just know that I had a tough time adjusting to the difference when I was trying to cook rice @10,000ft in the Andes. Maybe the cooks have some hints for the wood burners. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_altitude_cooking#section_2 The new iron Manchester? Yeah, that looks like a nice stove, but it doesn't have the same kind of appeal that a big rock does.