Who has tried regular old burgers on a RF smoker? I was asked to cook a ton of burgers for a work "picnic" and am wondering if they can be done on the RF smoker. They said there will be about 600 people attending (a lot of kids) and they want burgers and brats. I know I will have enough cooking space on the 500 gallon smoker but wonder how they will turn out if I smoked them like I do ribs or brisket and butts. I could build inserts that would sit on the reverse flow plate below the cook grate that would allow me to run charcoal below the cooking grates to actually grill the meats like you would on a normal charcoal grill. This would be easy and I could still cook using the fire box to "enhance" with wood flavor. What do you guy think?