In reading past threads, I noticed most smoke their ribs 220 degrees and higher. I have been trying to make better ribs and have tried the 2-2-1 and different variations and were not happy with my ribs. Yesterday, I smoked a big rack of pork ribs and they came out the best ever. I have a MES 30 and set the temperature to 210 degrees with no water in the pan and used the A-Maze-N-Smoker with a mixture of Hickory and Cherry Wood Pellets. I coated the ribs with a variation of Jeffs Rub over night. I put the ribs on and set the temp at 210 degrees. I noticed the temperature did fluctuate a lot due to no water in the pan. After 2.5 hours I added brown sugar to the tops of the ribs. I removed after 7 hours and they were the best ribs I have done. The brown sugar coated the ribs and left a glaze so they did not dry out. The A-Maze-N-Smoker smoked the whole time. My wife stated they were smoked just right and she does not like too much smoke. Does anyone else cook ribs with a lower temperature?