Hi Castiron, I've not seen one in the 'pictures of your stove' thread. So maybe no one here has one.
First, you are in Dayton OH. Are you planning on burning nothing but Anthrcite coal?? or do you desire to try to burn some of the Bituminous coal more easily available in Ohio??
If you are planning on trying Bituminous, you cannot burn it in a hopper/gravity fed stove or in a electric stoker fed stove. ONLY in a hand fed stove may bituminous be burned instead of anthracite.
There is only one stoker stove made for Bituminous coal, and it is out of production, it is called a Combustioneer, member Hardwood has one.
If you are planning on burning only anthracite, an electric stoker stove like a LiesureLIne, Keystoker, Harman,Reading, Alaska etc are all good stoves. I have a Liesureline Pioneer that I used during the last winter for suplemental heat out in the workshop. You are welcome to come take a look at it, I'm about 3.5 hours north of Dayton.
I like the controlability of the bed type stokers, you can idle them down to a very low burn rate, that won't chase you out of the house during a warm spell but can be turned up to make good heat in about 20-30 minutes. the gravity fed/hopper type stoves cannot be turned down as far, and will tend to be too hot during a warm spell.
Forum member Davemich has a Hitzer 503 hopper fed insert stove, and he can't burn it with temps much above 40* or it chases him out of his house, you can only turn the air down so low before the fir goes out, A hopper feeds the whole firebox, so you always have a full firebox of fuel.
An electric bed-type stoker can run with only a 1/2" to 3/4" wide strip of fire on the bed, and then can increase this to 4-6" of fire within 20-30 minutes. So it controls the quantity of fuel not trying to limit the air to a big load of fuel.
I hope this helps. Greg L