So I am looking at buying an electric fireplace heater but I may be going nuts looking for the specs I want. I'm looking for a unit that... - The heat output vent it at the top and not the bottom. A lot of the narrow 'compact' models put the heat out at the bottom but that is no good for me since the person who will be getting it has a dog (and I don't want to think about the dog laying asleep on the floor in front of the output vent). - Has a remote control. Seems like most of the smaller units don't have a remote control. - Has a cherry wood finish. Found some oak units but cherry seems to be scarce. - Ideally it would also have an automatic shut-off setting for the heat after X amount of time. - I have some some models that list a feature as to the type of heater inside not drying the air out; is that common for all of them or is there a particular type of heater I should be looking for in the specs? I can see the person running the heater for a few hours at a time so I would want to make sure that doesn't dry the air out like those electric exposed element heaters do. Anybody out there familiar with them?