Well it looks like I will finally be ready to get a new L&L kiln within a month. I have decided that a kiln about 6.8 c.f. would work well for the amount and size of things I am producing. My feeling is that since I am over 60 the 28" wide x 18" tall would be good for my back as well as accommodate the occasional platter, etc.
There is also a 6.7 c.f. kiln that is 22.375" wide x 27" tall version. They both fit my price range.
My question is, in your experience, does the firing environment work as well in the shorter version or is the taller one going to have more up and down room for the magic to happen. I will be firing obviously oxidation and to ^6 and less.
The kiln will have a Vent-Sure System and the 3 inch bricks.
btw, you can't see me jumping up and down in excitement. I'm giving my self a headache with the happiness.