"J" is still doing good, and works out at the gym 3-4 times a week after the heart attack,in the spring. The "Coal Chubby" is finished, but we installed it in the garage workshop instead-J liked it so much. The guys built a temporary portable wall, in front of the overhead door, that can be taken down as needed.Installed a cheapo storm door,and made plastic windows flanking the door,so when the sun comes up, theres plenty of warmth coming in -in the morning. The stove is putting out some good heat.Now when I run the garage sale during spring and fall, its warmer in there too.We sold the house property up north last month,built another new shed, new siding on the living room back addition,new stairs,new skirting, and now today the new raised bed in front is getting done. The new to us, Harman wood/ coal furnace is installed in the cellar and up and running. Its not ducted in yet-nor is the firebox full,but throwing some serious heat. I usually have to keep a couple windows open a bit. Our coal was delivered last week-4 ton- and we had purchased 2 freight rollers,which the guys had rigged up to roll the bags of coal down cellar.It worked pretty good,just a little more tweaking where they connect -so the bags dont rip. They put 2 ton in the cellar in a fraction of time it was taking before, and no back ache. The refinished Hoosier sold last week,the Napolean pellet stove got sold last week, and now the Harman Mark 2 is for sale-$1200.00. Thats all ready to go now. Its too big for our living room.