I will try to get some pics of my setup this weekend. As for the heat shield on the pipe. I took the two halves of pipe and pop riveted them together. I made a jig to spread the stove pipe to the right arch. Both halves were made to the same arch. In the pics I will post you will be able to further understand what I'm saying. It sounds confusing as I am writing this. I put the ends together as you would pipe (meaning the crimped end slid into the non crimped end). This formed a continuous six foot long shield. The brackets I pop riveted to the inside of the heat shield. The brackets keep the shield one inch away from the stove pipe. The brackets also are formed to accept the water pipe clamps that hold the shield on the stove pipe. The brackets, rivets, and clamps were painted with black high temp paint so they would blend in. To give the shield edges a more refined look and to protect from any sharp edge, you can take high temp automotive vacuum hose and split the one side and slide it on the pipe to cover the edge. This can be done to both side of the pipe. I have the hose, however, I have yet to install it on the pipe. Oh, nice stove! The 507 you have has the nice draft control unlike the 507b. I prefer the draft control on my 507 over the 507b due to the fact the one on the 507b will change its setting when you are shaking down the stove and you have to close it and set it back to your desired draft setting. On the 507 once you turn the dial to your desired draft setting, it doesn't move. Also, I see you have your temp gauge on the middle door. I take my reading from the top door due to the fact the top door is the most unprotected. The middle door has a cast plate plus the cast insert behind the door where the top door does not. I have rambled enough. Again, I will try to post some pics this weekend.