Well, I finally got a chance to try my hand at smoking with all the advice from you all. I decided to go with baby back ribs. I have to say that it wasn't as easy as I thought but it will get easier, I'm sure. I can see that it's all in the prep! I had a little difficulty getting the temp to stabilize but then figured out the smoker and how it responds to the smallest of turns of the knob. Being that this was my first time, I didn't take but a couple photos that I will share down below. Now for the data! I bought some baby backs from Costco. Seasoned them with Jeff's rub which was really good but a bit on the spicy side for me (perhaps I'll cut back on the paprika next time!). Let them sit overnight and then popped the racks in the smoker at 11:30AM on New Year's Day. Here is a pic. I will have to work on my photography skills the next time to get more and better photos!
I used a variant of the 2-2-1 method and did a 2-3-1. They were AWESOME! They were definitely "Fall Off The Bone" tender as you can see from the second photo. I couldn't hang on to them to get them out of the smoker without them just coming apart. The "pile" of ribs was rubbed with Worcestershire sauce then Jeff's rub applied. The other "intact" rack was rubbed with French's yellow mustard then Jeff's rub applied. The mustard held together while the W sauce fell apart quite easily. I couldn't notice a favor difference but the tenderness was definitely different!
I tried them with and without Jeff's BBQ sauce. I preferred them with the sauce, which was also very good.
Thanks again for all the help and Happy New Year!