Here in the UK I'm seeing more and more adverts for Kiln Dried logs - Slightly more expensive but not hugely so. For example http://www.timports.co.uk/half_loose_logs.html?gclid=CKO5naH8kKUCFVBc4wodmntgMw I guess people are attracted to the uniformity and reliability of the product. A lot of people here are town dwellers with stoves, limited garden space and no access to land for cutting/scrounging their own. Are you guys in the US seeing this kind of market forming? Something I read suggested that these places are able to keep their costs low because they don't need the same kind of space that other firewood suppliers need - they can run simply from a warehouse on an industrial lot and have a very high throughput. As far as I'm aware they use "waste" wood (shavings, uglies, small scraps etc...) to fire the kilns which also keeps cost and pollution down. What are your thoughts on this? I this the direction that the industry will go? It certainly cuts cowboys out of the circuit.