Well, I was at Restaurant Depot today to get drinks and of course I couldn't leave without checking out the meat section (heaven on earth). I found a package of 3 racks of baby backs marked down to 1.99 per lb! So for less then a $20 bill I had a chance to play when I got home from work. Knowing well that it wouldn't be ready for dinner I decided to cook with a different rub on each rack and have a little rib tasting dessert. So here's the run down.. A little mustard and a liberal coating of jeffs rub on the first one... Some SPOG on the second one.. And a spicy coffee run on the third... Decided to use the Masterbuilt propane because he's been feeling neglected lately. Got it in the 260-280 range and used chunks of hickory and Apple. The blue smoke has begun... Escaping out of the door a little bit oh well, it's gotta get out anyway! Time for the ribs to go in... Let them go for about 2 hours or so and then foiled them. The Jeff's rubbed rack was foiled with Apple juice and maple bourbon.. The coffee rubbed rack with some strong coffee.. The SPOG rack was foiled with chicken stock and white wine.. Decided I would give them about an hour and a half total in the foil still at 275. Then they each got a half hour out of the foil to firm up a bit. And the results... Start with old reliable Jeff's Rub with some sweet baby rays applied after foil: And after the 30 minutes to set the sauce: And some more pics: The coffee rubbed: And the SPOG: The verdict: The tenderness was perfect on all three which is due to the greatest development in rib technology... The toothpick. I've done them enough times now that I can pretty much tell when they are to my liking. As far as taste, the Jeff's with SBRs is my old go to so it was very satisfying. The SPOG rack is awesome because the pork is the star. I think I could have been a little more aggressive with the seasoning as it's lacking a bit in the salt department. Better to add salt later than to over salt I suppose. And the spicy coffee rubbed rack had a really unique flavor that was good on its own but I think needs some kind of coffee bbq sauce (I'll be searching the boards) to balance the coffee and spicyness with a little sweetness. And here's the bounty which will be reheated most probably for my nephews bday party on Saturday. Thanks for looking and have a good weekend!