I second the suggestion to go with a Hitzer. But I will suggest you look at not only the batch feed models, but also look at the hopper top load models. These can save some time and effort and often need tending only every 24 hours instead of every 12-14 hours.
Burning Bituminous as the two members above have stated has it's issues, read up on it on the forum.
I have the name and number for a good anthracite coal retailer in Nappannee Indiana. PM me for his phone number. I also know of a Hitzer dealer up near Grand Rapids, who usually has a few in stock. He sells coal too.
The Harman products are also very good and well made, factory support is virtually nonexistant. So you will be depending on the local dealer for support, unfortunately your local dealer has issues it appears.
Hitzer is nearby, and will support you directly if needed. They are nice folks. With stong well built products
You will need to spend more than $1500-2000 to buy a new stove and install a prefab chimney, the chimney may cost that much alone. Get some quotes.
Keep an eye on Ebay, and your local papers. There was a Harman Mark I on ebay in SE Michigan a month or two ago, sold for around $600 I think. Used handfired stoves from good manufacturers are pretty much bullet proof. I wouldn't fear buying used.
How tall would your chimney need to be to get above the roof peak?? With the slowdown in house construction, you may find a mason looking for work who will build you a concrete block chimney for a lot less that a SS prefab, and the looks of a block chimney often looks better than the shiny SS prefab ones. This I know is personal preference.
Hope this helps, and welcome to the forum