Hi After a long absence and after many tests done with a Weber One Touch Gold 22.5, here I am with a lot of questions In Italy there aren't a BBQ tradition so many things that for you are normal for me are unknow. I begun to use the BBQ for the direct cooking, but when I bought the "One Touch" I did the indirect cooking using only charcoal. I begun with the Standard Method; a short time ago i tried the Minion Method with a great satisfaction. I Adapted it to the use with the "One Touch" and I added a small quantity of chips to smoke. In the Minion Method anyone advises to add in the charcoal out a little of dry wood chunks with a homogeneous distribution, but leaving out some pieces on the surface. In thet way, when you add the hot charcoal it begun to smoke it may happen to make too much smoke in the BBQ, that cause a bitter taste for the meat. How can I understand how many wood chips/chunk I need to use? Some BBQ purist use a little quantity of charcoal to begin the combustion and then they continue only with wood pieces like in the photo Is it right or I'm wrong? With this system the smoke quantity is too much in the long cooking, like 12-18 hours, so we could oversmoked the real, couldn't we? Anibody else smokers the real only for one third of the cooking period that is one hours for every kilo of meat. So 6 Kilos= 6 hours of cooking that include two hours of smoke. One of my problems is this!!! I'm not able to use the right quantity of woods to smoke I need some advices, photos ore come videos (youtube etc..). Which is the real way to smoke the meat?? Can I smoke for all the cooking or only for a little period?? I would buy some books to probe this matter, but I prefer books with photos. On Amazon I found: 1) Mastering Barbecue di Michael H. Stinse 2) Peace, Love, & Barbecue di Mike Mills 3) Smoke & Spice di Cheryl e Bill Jamison Have you got any other books to suggest? Thank you for all P.S. I can't speak english well, so my girlfriend translates the text for me. This is the reason of my delay, of the absence of searches in the forum and of my request of photos and videos.