I have just started burning wood in my All Nighter, Mid Moe, stove. The stove is in great shape and I have decided that I will do a full restoration project in the off season. I tend to get bored. Today, I replaced all the fire brick on the inside. After removing the bottom course, I noticed there was some sort of insulation barrier underneath the bricks. Does anyone know what this material may be? When I got it out it was almost like that 1/2" thick sound proof board made of compressed materials. Anyway, it got trashed as I think they built the stove around it because it would not fit through the door no matter how I maneuvered it. Would it be safe to just put the bricks on the bottom of the steel stove? That's what I did, but I'll wait until someone says it will be ok before I fire it up again. My cast door does not have the baffle on the inside. Could this be an earlier model? It has the All Nighter logo with Moe on the front and the two air intake dials. I have seen the You Tube video with the guy and his All Nighter on the fork truck. He shows an inner plate at the top just behind the door that keeps the smoke from exiting the stove when opening the door. While I had my fat head in the stove today I noticed two little tabs, one on each side, with a hole in them that looks like they are for that inner plate. I have never seen another All Nighter with that plate. I first thought that the stove in the video had a homemade modification. Now I think the stove either came with one or had an accessory. Maybe they all just got knocked off from loading wood? Maybe a bad design and everyone took them off? Any input would be greatly appreciated and I'll try to get some pics up this week of my set up. Thanks all!