We have a Elmira wood stove that we depend on to heat our family room which has a high ceiling. So far, we have circulated the air in that room with a ceiling fan that goes 24/7. Most of the time that keeps the room very comfortable but in the adjoining room little heat goes there. Depending on our oil furnace to heat the rest of the house including a second floor, it isn't all that warm, temps only at 55 degrees in the middle of winter. What with the current oil prices predicting to be 70% more in costs this winter, I am looking at ways to increase the efficiency of the wood stove. We go through 12 face cords of wood during a typical winter season. This week there is a advert for a Caframo EcoFan Airplus wood stove fan which sits on the top of the stove and the heat causes the fan to turn apparently up to 150 cfm. No wiring required. Does anyone have such a fan on their stove and are they happy with the results? ...or would we be wasting $150.00 Cdn.? Thanks for any info you may be able to provide!!!!