Leisure Line will give you the best service that I've seen. Jerry is quick to respond with advice and info any time you need it. This year I upgraded the heating in two houses, one is my own, the other belongs to my mother. I was down to Keystoker and Leisure line for choices. I bought Keystoker A120 forced air for mine, and a Pioneer LE for my mother. It took me about a day to setup the Pioneer with a few days to tweek the settings on the coal-trol. I'm still working on the Keystoker. I'm not real happy with the Keystoker at this point and wrote them a email telling them so. The quality just isn't there. I have yet to even get a reply after about two months. I may like it more when its in operation. I wish at this point I had bought the Pocono. The reason that I didn't was concern about the smaller blowers. A furnace (air or hydronic) or a floor model with a top air duct, will heat more rooms evenly. A floor model will do the job, but as you already know, the room that it is in will be the warmest. To most people this is not a problem, because it is the trade off for the savings. Burning coal requires work. Not alot, but its not as easy as turning up the thermostat with oil or electric. Its worth it. Besides saving money, all the stoves mentioned and the coal is mined in the USA here in PA.