Jebatty posted this link in another thread, but I think it deserves some more scrutiny and discussion. http://www.biomizer.com/Flash/index.htm Obviously, this is targeted at the owners of WoodMizers and other portable (and not-so-portable) sawmills. Pretty neat idea, I think. But it sounds to me as though they realize that they need to expand the market beyond that group, so there's a lot of discussion about converting solid woody biomass into dust. That's a bit more complicated than just shoveling sawdust into a hopper, but it's an idea that has merit, especially for people with a lot of old lumber or brush to get rid of, not to mention ag residue, etc. But the inability to burn anything bigger than sawdust ("BioDust") also limits its appeal, I think. What do you guys think?