Hi all, I've been lurking for ages here... I posted a chimney question just before you went to the new look. I spend most weekends even through the winter in a little cabin here in the Ottawa valley in Ontario, so it can get pretty cold. 300 sq feet (perhaps another 100 sq feet will be added in the future), poorly insulated, single pane windows. Put in a new 6" metalsbestos chimney last fall, 6' through ceiling and attic. The stovepipe is a straightshot up to the ceiling support. The current stove is an old Jotul 118. I'm looking to change it to something safer, more efficient and smaller. There's a lot of smoke out the chimney unless it's burning fairly hot, but when it's burning hot it quickly gets the cabin up to intolerable temperatures. So this means I end up burning small, smouldering fires. The obvious choice for this situation is the modern Jotul 602, which I really like based on its looks and stated specs. I had also looked at the Morso 1410 - which I also like - but it doesn't seem to be available around here, plus the 12" logs could be a problem. I think some of the other companies make small stoves, but I don't think they are EPA approved - i.e. Drolet Compak... What I'm worried about is whether the Jotul 602 will be big enough given the cold outdoor temperatures and the cabin's poor insulation? The 602 is supposed to be for 600-800 sq feet, but I think my situation (climate, insulation) could be more extreme than their assumptions take into account. Any thoughts, ideas?