I think I have a disease, just can't help myself. :lol: I've had the Fireview for 5 years which is pretty long for me but I've been thinking, the new Woodstock hybrid would be cool to try out but both the Fireview and Keystone burning at the same time is more than enough for my 2000 sq ft with one on each level, a bigger stove would just be overkill and I wouldn't be able to really fill her up and see what it can do. After purchasing the Keystone this year I have found the larger glass with the visible cat a better option than the Fireview and the ash pan is also a plus. I think I could easily get away with 2 Keystones since the Fireview's max BTU's are only 10,000 more and it's not like I need to burn it that hot. I can get 10-12 hour burns with the smaller Keystone which is good for the shoulder seasons and I can turn it up for more heat when needed. I just like the looks of the Keystone much better, not as busy looking as the Fireview. I already have a buyer for my Fireview and maybe a deal on a used Keystone where I'd only have to pay a few hundred more. What would you do? One other twist, Woodstock is working on some new options for the Fireview like an ash pan, less ordinant cast iron and a true left side door and controls. This won't be done til after the new stove.