Hey everyone, so ive talked it over with the wife. Obviously with the current market we are definitely upgrading the boiler hopefully this summer. I priced heating oil yesterday at $4.15/gal outside the Pittsburgh area if buying 400+, and today they removed pricing completely. Fortunately i stocked up prior, and have about 1400 gallons for next year thats treated. With that said, i have a little time but want this in place by next fall. i am leaning toward the wood gun or econoburn (would prefer the WG but depends on finances). I like the setup, we plan on running thermal storage in the near future and the ease of getting parts. I talked to AHS today and they mentioned the e210 will hopefully be available in the next 2 months which should qualify for the tax credit though i still may stick to the old school e100 or e140. With that being said, i also found a 2008 model e180 stainless. For whatever reason its badge rated it at 150k btus vs the newer 180k btus. Its in immaculate shape, includes the smoke hood and piping/controls/expansion tanks/ extra motor and refractory, but the gentleman at AHS had zero knowledge of those older models making less btus. Anyone think itd be TOO big for our home based on the rating? Im at just shy of 3000 sq feet. I know its probably too big but 150k btu was the kax i was planning to go. The price was def there so i wanted a second opnion of course. I appreciate all of the input everyoje has given!