I project my movies onto a large wall at the end of my living room. I have just bought a woodburning stove which I intend to place in the centre of this wall. The bottom of the current picture is about 18" above the top of the stove. Now the problem. UK building regs state that I must have a 600mm vertical flue pipe from the top of my burner before a bend. I want to go 45 degrees out through the end wall and then up outside the house. This means that the flue will be in the middle of my movie! Ideally I want to go up about 200mm and then 45 degrees out through the wall. Anyone know why I shouldn't do my preffered option? I can't see why I would have any problems with draw/ performance like this. Would I invalidate my insurance by defying building regs? The other option is to build a fake chimney into the room and run the flue inside that. The problem is that it's a barn conversion and has 'character' so this might be difficult to integrate well. Also, my current picture is about 7' wide so it would have to be built that wide. Any ideas? I like the convenience of profecting straight onto the wall.