All, I have been smoking meats for a couple of years and have always found this forum helpful. I have also learned that as I have become more proficient on the pit I have become more popular with family and friends. I started off with a Weber Smoky Mountain and really like it. My dilemma is this. I do a lot of brisket, shoulder, turkey and ribs. Typically, I am BBQing for 15 people or less in which case the bullet provides ample capacity. However, at least 6 to 10 times a year I am cooking for 30 to 50 or more. Usually, for these occasions I end up cookng multiple days, storing some BBQ in the fridge and re-heating the day of the gathering. I am interested in looking into getting a larger smoker but unsure of what the next step up should be. I haven't found any great websites and am leery of ordering a unit sight unseen over the net without some guidance from those with actual experience with the smoker. Ideally, I would like something that can do 1.5x to 2x the quantity that I can I can do with the bullet (particularly with regard to ribs where now I can only do about 3 slabs at a time. I don't want to break the bank and I don't want to sacrifice the quality and ease of use (i.e., no need to modify) of the bullet. Any suggestions or should I just resign myself to multiple days of cooking for the bigger events. As always thanks in advance for your help.