My idea of good citizenship while burning is to burn, and if the neighbor's complain, make the necessary adjustments to clean up the emissions. If those adjustments are too onerous you can choose to quit burning or move. And it's possible that a neighbor is overly finicky and will call at the slightest whisp of smoke in which case you have the choice of moving, quit burning, or living with a ticked off neighbor. Setting a nationwide standard for woodburning would be rediculous. There are some parts of the country where "next-door neighbor" means the guy 2 miles down the road and there are other parts of the country where "next-door neighbor" means the guy on the other side of the wall. Of course in areas where neighbors are spread out we can certainly let them decide how much smoke is too much for them. Here's a novel idea! Let thos in rural Wisconsin decide for themselves what is good for rural Wisconsin, and those on Manhattan Island can decide what is good for Manhattan Island. I suspect that the insurance companies favor the the EPA models and their sealed door and we'll slowly see fewer and fewer of the smoke dragons.