I have had my Backwoods Party now for about a month and have been smoking up a storm! So far, I have smoked some salmon, cheese, the Christmas ham, turkey breast, chicken halves, home made sausage, beef jerky, and just did some amazing baby backs for a friend's party. Aside from one minor issue, which was entirely my fault, the smoker has been awesome! I am so happy with my purchase! The BBQ Guru really helps a lot too.
One question I have for you veterans who like to mop your ribs - is there any way to do so without all the drippings runing down the firebox door? I suppose I could slide the rack out and hold a platter underneath while I mop, but figured I'd see if there were any other suggestions. Happy smoking!
Outdoor cooking apparatuses:
Backwoods Party with DigiQ DX
Char-Broil Sante Fe Charcoal Grill
Vermont Castings propane grill
Weber Smokey Joe (for tailgating)