So I am in the beginning stages of designing an outdoor wood smoke house. It will be on the smaller side. Maybe a max of 30 inches square by about 4 to 6 feet tall. I want to do cold smoking up to a max of say 100 degrees at most. My main issue right now is coming up with a low heat source. One idea that has come to mind is using a Bradley pellet burner/feeder than comes on their smoker boxes and then adding a Bradley Cold Smoker Adapter. Th Adapter is basically a box that goes between the burner and the smoke house. Mainly wanting to smoke salmon, sausage and bacon. I would probably use an A-Maze-N smoker tray in the lower smoker box compartment when not using the Bradley. I was wondering if this would be a very good option for smoking at very low temps w/ just the smoke and temps that are a little higher for things like summer sausage and such. I think I mainly like the automated aspect of the pellet burner. It looks like I would be able to get the temps down low with this set up. Sorry if this seems odd. I'm just doing a little brainstorming. Not sure if I can link other sites and I apologize if it's not allowed. Pellet Burner http://www.yardandpool.com/bradley-original-smoker-replacement-smoke-generator-gen120bs611 Cold Smoker Adapter http://www.yardandpool.com/bradley-cold-smoke-adapter Thanks!