Hey all. I'm currently running a VC Vigilant stove in a house we bought last year. I has an 8" non-insulated, stainless liner run through an interior brick chimney (from1775 and about 25-30' tall) The liner should really be replaced, and I expect to replace the stove in another year or 2. My question is whether I should replace the liner now, or wait until I get a new stove. I see most of the new stoves use a 6" pipe. The Vigilant wants an 8. You see my dilemma. Are there new stoves that use an 8? Will my Vigilant work with a 6"? I'd prefer to run a 6" insulated liner since I'm sure itll be easier to fit than the 8. I appreciate any input you may have on this.