I don't have time for firewood. I work a day job, we have beef cattle at our house, my parents have a dairy farm. I help my dad cut wood for his house and for the 4' x 12' maple syrup evaporator, which takes a LOT of wood. I don't have time to do it for myself too, nor the woodshed to store it in.
I can drive 3 miles to the local hardware store, ask for a ton of pellets, they drop it in the back of the truck, I drive 3 miles home, unload the whole pallet into my garage with the tractor, and I'm good for heat for about 2 months. If I had more room to store pallets of pellets, I'd get them in the summer when they're cheaper and store 3 tons or so, but for where we live now, that's not an option. I just bought a second ton for $265. It's cheaper than the electric heat that's in this house, and most importantly we're warm!
My plans for my future house are to put the P68 in the living room, and buy a corn/pellet boiler from our current neighbor who makes them. With a 14 bushel hopper, I'm hoping to be able to load it up once per week or so and "set it and forget it." We'll use the P68 for when it gets really cold, or for the atmosphere of having a fire in the living room.