After hours on the Internet looking for info on basic hurricane-style oil lanterns, I still don't feel as though I have a very good handle on how to choose one. I'm looking at the Dietz "Blizzard" (Lehman's says 4.4 cp, 31 oz., 26 hours burn time) and the #20 Dietz Junior (9 cp, 9 oz., 12 hours). Other websites show some Dietz models called the "Victor Cold Blast" (9 cp, 17 oz. 23 hours) the "Comet Cold Blast" (6 cp, 6 oz., 13 hours) and the "Mars Cold Blast" (7 cp, 8 oz., 14 hrs.) Just wondering if those of you who have a Dietz lantern have any helpful advice. I'm kind of staring at these numbers and they don't make a lot of sense to me. Why, with one, would you get 12 hours out of 9 ounces of fuel at 9 candle power, and with another, get only 26 hours out of 31 ounces of fuel at 4.4 candle power (half the light)? Am I missing something?