Kuma insert, question for owners

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I would suggest putting in the largest stove you can fit. If the larger one puts out too much heat just put less wood in, but with the smaller one if you need more heat you cant put in any extra once its full!
I tend to agree, plus the larger window on the Cascade is a bonus.