Thanks to everyone for all of your responses. I'm hoping one of the presents I open tonight will be the AMNPS I've been waiting to get! :) I'm smoking a Turkey as I type this and was thinking how nice it would be to not have to go out and add wood chips all the time.
I'm glad to hear that others are having success with using it in the Cajun Injector. It looks like the only main hurdles are keeping oxygen to it, and keeping drippings off of it. I have just a couple more questions for you folks using this in the cajun injector.
Are you removing the wood chip box?
How are you "cracking the door open" for more oxygen?
Has anyone tried propping the wood chute door open for air flow?
I don't know what I would do without this forum. You guys are awsome.
Johnny, hope you get your amnps, you will love it. As far as your question:
1) do not remove the chip box or tray. The smoker is designed to have it in.
2) I have never had the need to prop the door open. If you light the amnps properly, it will burn. I use a drip pan under my meat which makes for easy cleanup and keeps drippings off the amnps. Preheat the smoker before you put the amnps inside and open the air damper wide open. You should not have a problem with air flow.
3) If you feel the need, use a piece of wood pellet to CRACK the chip chute door open slightly. Remember, the more fresh air the smoker pulls in, the harder it has to work to maintain temp and the CI does not have a high wattage heat element.
Best of luck and smoke on.