Looking at getting BK stove (chinook 30). Love the idea of long burn times and the ability to regulate the heat output as needed. One of the big questions I havnt been able to find an answer to is does that come at the expense of the "view" You know sitting in front of a hot stove with a fire to look at. From what I have seen the flames basically go away. Is it possible to have a nice flame show when its cranked up on high? Would only be a few hours a day when I get home from work, which would work good b/c would be getting the house back up to temp. Poked around on youtube and just found the normal "cat burn" videos of how it goes when its low and slow. Can someone take a video of what their stove view looks like on high after initial startup - which it appears you get a decent flame show from?