Hello wood guru's. I have searched hi and low and talked to some local fireplace/insert guys in Wisconsin and never get a straight answer. I am replacing an old Cemi Concept 2 1982 insert with a new Hampton HI300. The Cemi was suposed to be 109k btu, the hampton 75k btu. I know that the hampton is 77% at peak. Any idea if the hampton will do a better job with usable heat being a 6 inch liner vs. the old 13 inch square chimney? Any idea if it would say increase the usable heat by 10%, 20%, or ? I used to burn about 5+ cords a year in the old woodburner...think I will save some wood? I burn 24/7, or at least try to. Any help would be appreciated!