Hello everyone - This looks like the right place for advice on old stoves. I found a '70s Fisher Baby Bear to replace my old Jotul 118 (also bought used with one crack that was successfully treated by drilling holes at either end of a 8" crack, but when a very jagged crack was discovered on the other side wall, I decided it was time to replace). The FBB looks plenty sturdy and the right size for my 768 sq. ft. house. Not being familiar with the Fishers, I wondered if it's missing a baffle inside. There's a small plate just below the vent, probably 5" square - but that's all. Second questions: I need to replace about 5 firebricks. Are all firebricks made the same? I'd opt for whatever I can find close by in central VA, but I also want the things to last. They look like they are held in place by a couple of flanges, but are there tricks for removing and replacing them? I thought I'd try to unload all the bricks and the door to ease moving pains. OK, one more question while I'm at it: I assume there's a market for the intact pieces of my old Jotul. I'd love to recycle what I can of it. Thanks in advance for any and all advice. Actually, most of my research on my new/old stove was on this site - I was contemplating a Vt. Castings resolute acclaim also, but happy I found the Baby instead.