Just a heads-up from a ROOKIE!
I am smoking a beer butt chicken (more on that later) but based on all the comments about smoking chicken at higher temps for crisper skin (in my case 285-290*). I'll post a string later about the chicken (seems to be coming along great) but, I heard some noises inside my smoker. They were popping noises I've never heard so, I opened the door to see if I should add more water to the pan. The pan wasn't empty but, it was pretty low. Adding cool water to a 290*+ water pan is WAAAAY different than adding it to a 225* pan. I'm fine but, be careful. In my case, I almost got a full face of very hot steam.
Dumb mistake and nothing happened but, I'm getting more respect for smoking at higher temps.
But the skin loots a lot crisper too!