Hi. New member. Nice forum. I looked through the threads to see if this has already been asked. Could not find this specific question. I want to build a cold smoker. After looking at a number of ideas I settled on using an old freezer. I looked for one that did not have a plastic interior. Even thou the temp shouldn't get above 90 or so I still worry about chemicals leaching out of the plastic. I actually found a commercial grade freezer. I checked with the manufacturer, the interior is powder coated metal. I am thinking that this should be ok. Anyone have an opinion? While I'm here I migHt as well get comments on my plan. I want to make this moveable so I plan on making a dolly on which to mount it. That way I can wheel it in and out of the garage. I'll bore out a hole on the side at the bottom for ducting from a the smoke source. I'll put a vent/chimney on he top opposite e intake. I'll use a small kettle grill as the smoke source and run it to the smoker through about 10-feet of metal ducting. Questions: - should I use the grill as a smoke source or is one of the smoke generators (Smoke Daddy?) a better choice? - in general does the set up sound ok? Thanks for any input you can give me.