I hear that a lot of outside air kits bring outdoor air right into the stove, but the stove still uses some room air. Is that true? I'm curious because Alliance for Green Heat often gets questions from people building "green" homes, and some are trying to get passive house certification, which is a high bar in terms of ventilation. For a stove to only use outside air, I guess that means you can't leave the door open for the first 15 minutes and the outdoor air supply has to be big enough to get fire going. Can some do that? I have been one of the skeptics of outside air, based partially on arguments made by John Gulland on Woodheat.org. But with houses getting tighter and tighter, there is definitely a niche for outdoor air kits and stoves that are genuinely a closed system and can't draw any air from the room. Any insights, brand names, etc. appreciated. Thanks!