I do, as do many others.
I've owned it 5 years, it's been both reliable and very cost efficient to run. I haven't had a need to run the oil gun since I've bought it as coal has been less expensive than oil the entire time (there was a spot last year they were pretty close, but my calculation is that oil has to be at 1.50 per gallon to be equal to what I pay for coal).
I would get the easy cleanout feature, as you do have to clean this out at least once a month during the heating season. I just finished my pre season cleanout, takes about 3 hours for an older guy to get everything ready for the winter.
It's a very efficient heat source during the winter months for an older home with radiators, and it's provided good heating even when the temps were into single digits two years ago (1500 square feet, moderate insulation).
It's cheaper than the alternatives (new) and I gather requires a bit more hands on effort from the owner, however if you're handy and don't mind the work, it's a great boiler.