I have to admit I'm a little jealous of your "old school" camp for the season. That stove should work well, especially if you have a liner.
I'll admit I was a little nervous heading into ML season, but it turned out that little stove cranked out some SERIOUS heat.
We don't have the arctic liner for the tent, but honestly, we didn't need it, and doubt we'll need it during rifle season.
It was 38F when I lit the stove, and in about 30-40 minutes we had the tent at 74F.
Took a few nights experimenting with the door and damper to maximize things overnight, still had to stoke it every 3.5-4 hours, but that's fine since one member of the group has to water a tree every 2-3...
Hot enough to cook on, didn't smoke up the tent.
We stacked about a cord total of split ash, oak, cherry and pine between the vestibule and 1 wall combined. Should be enough for the next trip.
Definitely fun going old school. Can't wait for rifle!