Whelp, thanks to the helpful folks on this site, I was able to identify that I have a multi-fuel Vigilant from Vermont Castings. I was wondering why it was burning wood like crazy. Apparently, it's set up for burning coal. Well, thinks I, let me buy some coal and see if that works. I was actually excited to see what burning coal was like. First coal fire last night....well, that sucked. I got the coal lit with a good bed of wood coals, got it burning, but the coal went out a few hours later. Now I have to dig ten pounds of coal out of the stove by hand. I did some searching, and apparently coal doesn't like the 8" stove pipe I have, as the draft isn't strong enough to draw enough O2 to keep it lit. So, do I try to get a wood conversion kit, try to put a 6" reducer on my exhaust pipe for the coal, or get rid of this anchor?