Rob R. wrote:
I think she will get her wish.
The trick will be how to get the heat away from the stove.
Getting the heat away from the stove will depend upon the lay-out of the house. If you have an open floor plan or some other intrinsic interior design that promotes convection then you will be amazed at how that stove pushes the air around. I have a one story ranch with my #6 on one end of the house and it keeps the whole house warm. Granted the bedrooms on the far end of the house that are at the end of a long hallway are not as warm as the living area where the stove is, but they are still quite comfortable. I like a cooler bedroom.
The "decorative" trim on that stove is far more than decorative - they create a heat convection pump that is quite efficient. You will have to look for "dead" spots in your house where the natural convection does not work. My dining room used to be very cold. Initially I knocked two holes in the wall allowing convection into that room, then I opened up my floor plan by removing two walls and my living area is now pretty much completely open - except the long hallway going to the bedrooms. 78 is quite easy to obtain...