I have done the required reading so this is not a “what stove should I buy” post. I have a project however that I would like your input on. I am not a “new guy” when it comes to wood heat. I used wood heat as a primary heat source for 8 years, so I am well acquainted with the basics and the reality of living with wood heat on a daily basis. I however had to work with existing equipment so in that regard my education is lacking. So I come to you. What I would like from the group is a list of canidiates/sugestions I should consider or evaluate for use in my project. I have a need for a small (or larger?) freestanding woodstove to be the primary heat source for a remote/off grid small workshop/cabin. Gas and electric are not an option. Solar will provide what little electricity that is available and most of that will be 12v. This will be a year round 20x20 ft structure 18ft high with a loft. Plywood/stud construction, 6” walls and ceiling, highest insulation factor for the space available, almost air tight. Location will be the Southern Blue Ridge Mountains (NC, TN, GA) or similar area. Hardwoods (well dried) will be the primary fuel. I would like a stove that would give me an 8+ hr burn when full and damped down for the night so I can avoid a “middle of the night” feeding if possible. A stove that could produce 30-50% more heat than specs I have given so far would require. Just as a safety factor for the colder than expected winter or the add-on room I wasn’t planning. I understand I am asking a lot with the limited information I can provide right now. But I am not looking for the final answer but a starting place. I plan to spend a great deal of time researching the options presented. I’m just looking for some guidance and help in narrowing the field. Thanks for the help, and Merry Christmas to all.