There seems to be a lot of "wait and see" in the wood stove industry these days. I'm hoping one of you in the business can shed some light on a few things. I'm told (by a man selling Hearthstone) that Harman is out of the woodstove game. I've burned a TL200 the last 16 years, but swore I wouldn't change the afterburner again. The local Harman dealer has one last TL300. The afterburner can be accessed from outside the back of the stove- a BIG plus over the 200. Did Harman sell this line off, and can I count on parts down the road, or are they just done? I've looked at other brands, but this is a stove I know inside and out (literally) . Also, is it true that all models that didn't pass 2020 emissions have to be destroyed by May if not sold? I would think that would lead to a better price.