Ok, I had never heard of these before joining the site earlier this week, and I think I have to try my first go at one. Here is what I am thinking (going small as it is just for myself and the wife): 1 lb lean ground beef 1 medium onion (diced) 1 smoked red pepper (julienned) 5 cloves garlic (minced) Calamata olives (1/4 cup maybe) 1 package feta cheese (6 oz) Cavender's Greek seasoning (to taste) Sun dried tomatoes (sliced thinly) Baby spinach 2T olive oil White wine (to deglaze pan) Enough bacon to wrap Planning on sauteing the onions, olives, pepper, and tomato with the olive oil, then deglazing with the white wine and letting it reduce. Lay onion mixture out on flattened meat. Spread out a bit of spinach and the feta. Roll her up. And finally wrap in bacon lattice. Toss in smoker at 225 until IT of 165. Trying to decide whether to put in some mushrooms or not with the onion mix. Let me know what you guys think. In fact, if you guys can think of anything to add, let me know. Open to suggestions. One question, what type of wood should I go for on this? Tried and true hickory? JD barrel? Open to suggestions there too! Once I get started, I will be sure to snap lots of pics!