Just got myself a Char-Grill Double Door smoker and I've been breaking it in. Tonight I cooked my first meatloaf in it and I'm a believer. So much better than out of an oven. Here's the recipe I used if anyone is interested. It's not your run of the mill meatloaf, but it tastes great. Even my wife liked it and she's not exactly a fan of meatloaf... Smoked at 250 degrees using Lump Charcoal and Mesquite 1.5lbs ground beef 2 eggs, beaten 1/4 cup ketchup 1 packet of Ranch dressing mix 3/4 cup of dried stuffing mix 6oz can of fried onions Couple good doses of Worcestershire A few shakes of Garlic and Onion Powder 20 or so (or 100 if you're like me) turns on a pepper mill Mix all the above ingredients but save a few of the fried onions to put on the top later. Then smoke until it hits 145-150 degrees. Then top with... the rest of the fried onions a healthy dose of shredded cheddar cheese Jeff's BBQ sauce Finish smoking to 160 degrees. It only takes about 1.5 hours in my smoker. Sorry for no food porn. Gotta work on that.