I don't have a problem with what I assume is the spirit of the rule; one person's burning shouldn't impact another person's quality of life. A few of the details concern me. First and foremost, it prevents me from buying the new Econoburn because of the setbacks. If, and I realize it is currently only an if, they were to apply this to indoor installations, it would prevent me from buying many clean burning units that don't successfully do the certification dance with NY. And, I wouldn't be able to install any unit in my house because of the setback requirements. The last thing that bothers me is the property rights issue. Who gave the state the right to tell me that I can no longer use my property that was in compliance when I bought it? While I agree with the fuel and plume provisions, giving the state the power to set blanket arbitrary dates on equipment is ridiculous. It ranks right up there with the towns having the authority to regulate the size and aesthetic qualities of my wood pile. Am I right in assuming in its current form this has no bearing on the boiler I plan to install in my house? Anyone know of anything in the pipeline behind it?