Some of the more seasoned Forum regulars might remember Sue from Alaska, who posted back in 2008 that she was looking for a stove with replaceable innards due to the fact that the majority of the wood she had to burn on her remote island was driftwood, and she wanted to avoid the ongoing expense and hassle of replaceing her corroded-out wood stoves every couple of years. The recommendation on the Forum was a Pacific Energy stove, the consensus being that PE's stainless steel internal parts would hold up better under the salt barrage in the first place, and would be easier and more economical to replace when they finally bit the dust. Well, she bought an Alderlea T5 from us, and the stainless baffle and side rails lasted five years. She saved hundreds of dollars buying the replacement parts instead of a new stove, and is back up and running, just like new. I've attached a photo of the original stainless parts after five years' exposure to salt water driftwood.