Welcome to the forum! I bought an Osburn 1800i little more than three years ago. It is the smallest insert they carried at the time. I really liked the stove. The 1800 is the bay window insert - I loved sitt'n by the fire, mesmorized by it. The only complaint - not really a complaint is that I thought the fan was a bit loud for the amount of air that the blower moved.
That insert cost me about 3 grand till it was all said and done - paid for itself in two years because I was burning oil at the same time.
Honestly, I don't know why you would burn wood. It was a lot of work - the stove is really efficient... but to keep it efficient, you need to burn it hot. I loved seeing the flames coming from below AND above - pretty cool. Burning the fire hot, means the draft wide open and feeding the wood every hour or two. Burning it hot also creates a lot more ash. The 1800i wasn't big enough to get the long burn time many a stove claims! I was luck to have a nice flame for four hours... If I went to be around 11pm, at 5am, there were A FEW coals I could pull together - throw some kindling on... and viola - fire! I did burn the fire over night with the damper wide open because I didn't want to worry about creosote.
Not to change the subject... coal is a MUCH BETTER DEAL! I wish I would have burned coal from the beginning. I would have saved more money and worked less if I would have begun burnig coal three years ago. Since then, I have moved from that place and I'm buiding another (move in on Saturday!) - and have designed the place to be heated with a coal boiler.
Not to bust your bubble - but coal is worth looking into.