Hey y'all, After seeing just how well a small tent stove really works a few weeks back, my old bones are telling me that I need one. But, as I mentioned many times before on this forum, I'm cheap and the TiGoat stove that I'm looking at is approaching $300. Plus, I like to fiddle with things, so I thought I'd take a poke at making a tent stove. So, after thinking about it a bit, I figured out a rough design based on the availability of small squares of sheet metal available at the local hardware store. In looking around for stove pipe designs tonight, I ran across Seek Outside's stove and it's pretty much what I was thinking of making, more or less. The one thing that I noticed in their assembly video was that the sides of the stove appear to slide together somehow, but I can't make out how from their photos or video. It might be something I try to copy if I can manage it with my metal brake. Could someone who owns a Seek Outside stove please photograph the inside edges of the stove side panels for me, so I can see how they hold together? Don't worry, I don't intend to sell these, so it won't be a design copy issue. I only plan on making one or two of these things for a prototype and maybe an improvement modification if I can find an improved design after using it a bit. Thanks in advance.