I have used a friend's Vermont Castings stove for a number of years and really liked it with one exception. THere is only one 'handle' that has to be inserted into each control (damper, air, catalytic, front door, etc.) on demand. I recently purchased a DutchWest non-cat and just like the VC (no suprise), it only came with the one handle for all the controls. I find that REALLY inconvenient for general use and am wondering if there is a way to purchase more of those little handles and permanently attach them to the frequently-used controls (air inlet, re-burn chamber control), leaving one free-floater for the rest of the controls that I wont use often. I'm sure I can get the additional handles online or from the stove store, but not sure what the best/safest way to attach them is. Most fasteners I would use for non-stove use (glue, expoxy, etc) I am leary about because of the temps involved (both for them to produce airborn toxins or just to simply break down under the heat). Any suggestions? I dont have any kids or other concerns like that.