My first attempt to post photos - I hope! With the recent interest in the Victory heaters I thought some of you may be interested to note the differences in the heating method used by Taylors. Instead of a reflector, the Taylors uses a steel chimney lined with some sort of mesh which holds and then radiates the heat. The burner is an Optimus 207, as used on my 030 cooker too, and the whole thing is supplied with fuel from a remote bulkhead mounted tank. I have removed the preheater cup and use a Tilley type wick to light it. In the burner pic, taken just as the prime had finished, you can just see the mesh starting to glow. After a little while the bottom 3" or so of the chimney will glow red! It's not the shiniest heater at the moment, but it's seen a lot of use in the recent cold weather - I'd rather it was keeping me warm! Once (if?) summer arrives I'll get the polish out!