Well I pulled the trigger on a Heatmaster G200 and 80' of logstor today after about 2 years of debating another indoor stove vs indoor boiler and storage vs outdoor furnace. Finally settled on the outdoor unit after much discussion with my wife and knowing myself. I would grow tired of building a fire 1-2x per day with an indoor boiler and with my basement layout it would be a pretty complex system. That's the reason I ended up with a blazeking princess at my prior house because it was easy. I opened the bypass, loaded wood, let it char and it was good for 12 hrs + with no fuss. This looks as close as I can get to that while tying it into my central hvac. It's on my trailer in the drive where it will probably sit until Friday or Saturday next week when I rent an excavator for the trenching and moving it. I was hopeful I could use my JD 2025r to move it around and save myself a couple hundred bucks to just rent a trencher instead. However once it's on the trailer the lift hook is about 9'6" in the air. The machine just isn't big enough. Would have been a little easier on the wallet and yard but it'll be fine. In the end I'll be happier with a wider trench and some sand around the logstor before I back fill it. Trench will be about 65' long, 30-36" deep. Friday afternoon/next weekend will be fairly busy. As long as I pickup after 1pm I'll have the excavator and a dump trailer for the weekend for a single day rental. Just gotta stay under 8 engine hours. I am not going to putting in a concrete slab for it. I looked at it but it's about 240' from where my drive is around some fence lines to where the OWB will be placed. No way to get the truck to it and they money adds up having the truck out there while moving the concrete around to the final location. I've dug out 4-6" in a 10x14 area that I'll put down some 411 limestone then layout a pad of 4x8x16 solid blocks for the boiler to sit on. I'll try and take plenty of pictures but we'll start with an overhead of where the boiler will be in relation to the house and my proud owner picture of it on the trailer.