Hi Everyone, I am brand new here, and have been heating my 600sf ranch with wood for 3 years now. I first had a horseflame 517 pony, then after accidentally breaking the stove glass while cleaning the stove, I upgraded to a lopi answer. The lopi has been a great stove, and easily (too easily) heats the house. My main gripe is that it is difficult to balance long burn times, without overheating the house. I have no experience running a wood boiler, but I have been kicking around the idea of installing a wood boiler in an unused bay of my woodshed, (about 20 feet away from my house), piping it in parallel to my oil boiler in the house, and using that to heat the house. I think I could achieve greater control of the temp in the house, and use a fan coil in the vented crawlspace under my house to dissipate excess heat created in the boiler. Which I think would keep my floors pretty warm and I wouldn't need to worry so much about frozen pipes. I have access to a used Tarm MBO 40 for next to nothing, and about 20 feet of Selkirk 6" stainless insulated pipe, but would need everything else for the installation. Does this sound like something I should pursue? Any and all input is appreciated!