Yeah, I know it's new on the market, but has anyone took the plunge on one yet? We(she) narrowed the the field to Jï¿½tul or P.E. I think the Jï¿½tul F-400 Castine MIGHT be too small - so we start looking at the Oslo and the T6. It will be a corner install - no questions or doubts about it (yeah, C-4 will do wonders! ) but the current plan is just about set in stone. I like the looks, reliability, reputation, and reviews of Jï¿½tul in general and the F-500 in particular; she like the looks of the P.E. T6. Since they both "look" close/similar (TL 50 vs T-6) and the Jï¿½tul F-500 & TL50 have the "same" output, (70k BTU) I'm just for some input - pros / cons; greatest thing since sliced bread/biggest P.O.S. since S.! So far, as from what I read from the owners/installation manual; parts break down, on the TL50, there seems to be too much "Mickey Mouse" motion going on, as respect to the secondary baffle, to cause Murphy to show his ugly head. No, I havn't seen one "up close and personal" to get the "feel" of it. Yes, granted, I would love to load from the top to keep from bending/stooping to load from the front, ( the Olso would have the side door locked in my installation [with the "ash problems"]) I could (more than likely, will) build a raised hearth to bring either (T-6/F-500) up to a "comfortable" height. In retrospect, I do like the top loading - reminds me of my Grandmas' wood cooking stove that she had in the kitchen.(another LONG story . . .) Thanks in advance, P.J.