Hi everyone, I just joined and have been reading on some of your builds, I can see myself spending a lot of time here, lol. A little about my joining; I live in northern British Columbia, Canada. There isn't much in the way of smoking up here. Only a couple people have larger units available to hire. I'm considering building something to use for family gatherings, etc. These reverse flow builds look interesting to me. I just wanted a few opinions from you experts, before I spend too much time researching. What I need is a unit that can hold roughly 200 pounds of pork and/or brisket at once. And it would be a trailer type unit. I like the round pipe style builds with the attached fire boxes. Problem I might see is that we don't have the nice flavoured hard woods that you guys have in the south. Can I use regular wood (pine) and add flavoured hard wood chunks? (I can buy these in bags) Can charcoal be used in the fire boxes? Or would that be a different design? Roughly how long and diameter of a pipe would I need to hold 200 pounds of meat? I know these questions have probably been asked several times, but I just want an initial idea of what type of unit I would need to build, so I can begin the bulk of my research on the right style for my needs . Thanks in advance!