Not sure if I am lucky or not that my neighbor owns a meat market and delivers whatever I want, my wife sometimes looks at it differently than I do!! However, he hooked me up with a nice 4lb prime rib roast last Sunday. Used the Dizzy Pig Canadian BBQ on it and about 5 hours at 250ish(rain soaked my cooker and had to fight holding temp a bit). Used just a bit of cherry chips for the first 30, then just whatever smoke the lump charcoal put out. Should have pulled at 125 to 130 I think instead of 135, seemed to cook up a little more resting than I thought. Would have liked it to be a little more towards medium rare. Still I was pretty proud of the results, so was everybody else that had a slice or two. It also made a great sandwich for lunch today thin sliced and cold on toast.