Hello all! I have a question.. I am wanting to install a stove in the corner of a family room. It has a cathedral ceiling on a 12/12 pitch.. I want to put the stove in a corner and run the stove pipe up and along the roof line in the interior until I reach near the peak and then exit through the roof. The reason is to be aesthetically pleasing on the exterior because if I bring the chimney straight up from the corner I will have a rather large stack above the roof line and It will be at the bottom of the roof on a 12/12 pitch.. I don't think this will look the best. I found this old thread (I couldn't reply or bump it) that really explains closely what I am trying to do.. https://www.hearth.com/talk/threads/wood-stove-install-cathedral-ceiling.124206/ I just wanted to get some opinions and see if there are any reasons I definitely should not install this way... please don't hold back, I wanna know if there are some blatant "wrongs" to this style of install. Thank you!