First year with the Lopi Freedom Bay I'm very impressed with it so far. I do seem to be burning through wood though a bit too fast, or so I think. I seem to be going through about 1 cord every 3 weeks. Once the fire is going well 650 plus degrees, I cut back on the air and let the secondaries do most of the work. Small but noticeable flame. I usually put 3-4 splits in at a time. I let the stove get to around 400 then I had another 3-4 splits. It seems like I am refilling almost every 90 minutes. I'm burning mixed hardwoods seasoned close to 18 months. Mostly maple, hickory, birch, and oak. Wood is between 20-23 percent moisture, I know it should be less than 20 but.... I burn 24/7 and never turn the oil furnace on. House is 2100 sf and it never drops under 70. Just curious if I'm missing a trick or tip to help the wood last longer. My stack is almost gone and were still in January Thanks in advance.