I am looking for some suggestions for modifying my aquastat/ controller setup to better suit my needs. What I have for a heating system is a Burnham 4 section boiler with 4 heat zones, tankless coil for domestic. Typical Honeywell 8124A aquastat, Argo ARM866 controller. This all works fine when I heat with oil. A few years back I added a outside wood furnace which is piped into the basement to a flat plate heat exchanger. When it is cold (Jan-Feb) I run that stove from 175- 185 degrees sometimes a little higher when real cold, with a 4 degree drop in the 100' coming in which is normal. This is fine but it likes wood. I have found that the bridge season is the most difficult to modulate this so I have been running a smaller fire with temps around 140-150. This is enough if I could get the controls to go a little lower or find a way of overriding the controler to run the heat circs more often and one zone in particular constant. I was thinking outdoor reset and treat as if it were radiant but may need something more. I know, the short answer is more wood and keep the temp up. Well 12 -15 cord could be 10 if I can knock it back. All zones have Taco 007's and Taco 568-19 themostats. Any thoughts?