Hope this is in the right spot. I received my new smoker tray Friday, have the initial burn-off complete, and tried a run at cold-smoking some almonds w/Hickory dust. It seemed to burn well, two rows lasted for a little more than 3 hrs., but it didn't seem to have the depth of flavor that cooking with solid fuel does. I bought this with next weekends bacon smoking in mind, so my question is this: do I need to plan a little longer smoke time than with solid fuel? When I smoke the bacon, I plan to add a little heat to it, probably keep it at 100° or so in the smoker. I'm using a vertical propane smoker, and I run the flame very low during these runs. I'm sure there is a difference between fuel (smoke source) types, just looking for a little guidance for the AMNS.