Hi all, this is my first post here...we're considering switching to geothermal as our boiler is really old and we will need to replace it soon anyway. Seems like a good time to explore new options. My question is about forced air heat. We currently have central air in most of the house (all except finished basement), where the vents are on the ceiling or in some cases high up on the wall, and baseboard heat fueled by oil. The ceiling is a logical place for the a/c vents. As far as I understand it, a new geothermal system would do away with baseboard heat and have heat come through the same vents as the a/c. This seems like not a great place for heat as heat rises so the lower half of the rooms would be colder than near the ceiling. Am I missing something about this? How does it work to have a/c and heat both come through the same vents when their ideal placement should be opposite each other? And in general, how does forced air heat compare with baseboard heat in how it feels in the room (leaving aside the placement of the vent, if that's possible). Finally, are there any other options for how to actually get heat with the geothermal system besides forced air heat? I have a meeting with a rep later this week but I thought I'd try and get thoughts from real people before meeting with him. Thanks!