Hello all, I am new to the forum. I've read a fair amount of past posts and found it all very helpful. My husband and I already own a Morso 3610 stove and are very happy with it. But in another part of our house, we have an old fireplace that we are thinking of recapturing by adding an insert. The hearth is stone, level with the floor, projecting out 22". Ideally we want a unit that is flush with the face of the brick above, rather than projecting out. And we also would prefer not to have to rely on a blower, i.e., one that has decent convection. (The room it faces is small, and we are not needing it to heat a large space beyond.) The dimensions of the opening are 48" wide x 30" high at the front. The firebox is only 21" deep. It tapers in width (after the first 4" of depth) back to a rear wall that is 34" wide. I prefer a cleaner, more modern look. We have been considering the following: 1. Morso 5660 without blower 2. Jotul C350 Winterport 3. Vermont Castings Montpelier We also prefer these as they take slightly longer logs...we don't want to have to cut two sizes for the stove and insert! Any thoughts /experience on which of these might perform best in terms of convection performance?