And then I checked on the file price. I have prices from 2 different installers. They are both fairly close in cost. The major difference is that one is $200 cheaper in parts then the other. ($300 parts vs. $500 in parts) Both Labor's about $500, and the stove itself is a difference of $90 at the two places. A swing of $200 in parts seems surprisingly wide. I mean based on what I told both places, I figured that would be a bit closer in costs. How would you proceed? Simply go with the lower price? The higher priced place did had a special where they were including 1 ton of pellets with the purchase of the stove. that brings the difference of cost down to $100 between the two places. (figuring a ton costs about $230) I guess I'm just concerned about going with the more expensive place and then getting taken for that quote, or going with the cheaper place and having them ramp up the cost on me. opinions?