Just got a new Woodstock Fireview installed last week. I'm completely hooked - the house is warm, the oil furnace isn't running, and best of all, there is a fire going! I think I've got the basics down (burning well-seasoned hardwood that's checked with a moisture meter, monitoring flue temps for when to engage the cat, keeping an eye on the surface temps to make sure it isn't overheating), but I'm curious what other tips and tricks folks here have for their stoves. Based on a comment on another thread, I just tried putting a pot with some orange peel on today, and now the house smells amazing! What other things have you discovered about the care/feeding of a stove, or cool things to try with it? Conversely, have you run into anything that sounded like a good idea at the time but which actually should be avoided?