So I've got a Quad Mount Vernon AE insert and am on my second season. The Mount Vernon can output a lot of air, so it sucks in a lot of air at the same time creating somewhat of a breeze. I have been contemplating an OAK to reduce the "breeze", but part of me says that the OAK will only bring in new air that would equal the air going up my chimney (which is minimal with a pellet stove compared to a normal fire). This really wouldn't address the air movement within my house. However, I'm hoping to hear that the OAK would bring into the stove air that would equal what was going up the chimney and also bring air equal to the air coming into the pellet stove form inside my house. If this was the case, an OAK would really help reduce the cool air being brought into the pellet stove along the floor. If the OAK only addresses the air going up the chimney, I don't think I'd see a huge difference from what I'm experiencing today. Thoughts?