It was luck to find a green one that went with the tile. I would have taken any color. The red looks sharp as well. A fellow forum member has a nice red unit. The bottom door is the ash door, the middle door is at grate level and the top door is the loading door. The Jotul may be a small stove, however, they have a nice deep coal bed. I haven't actually weighted the exact amount of coal the unit holds, however, to fill it from empty is about twenty pounds. Depending on how high you run the stove, a load can last twelve to thirteen hours. I run my unit fairly high (400-450 F)so I'm down to about nine to ten hours. My wife accidently opened the draft to the number four setting and when I came in from the shop (I always glance at the stove temp) I almost had a heart attack; the Jotul was hammering at 575 F. Needless to say I dropped what I had in my hands and spun the draft control all the way closed. I didn't open it until the stove fell to 350 F. It didn't cause any damage, however, it did give me a couple new grey hairs. When I first started burning the Jotul I set the draft between four and five for a very very short time (I was sitting watching the stove) to see if the stove could be run that high. I decided that it probably wasn't conductive to the life of the stove. I'm not sure if the Jotul can handle running at such a high temp without damage and I don't want to find out. My wife is now careful when she has to load or shake down the stove. Today I am going to go pick up another Jotul (green) at a bargin basement price. The unit has been over fired and the inside needs to be completely redone, however, the cheap price tag dictates I purchase the unit. I would rather purchase the unit than see it be taken to the scrap yard. I am always willing to answer any questions as are the members of this forum; just ask.