So I got some nice baby backs on sale at Adams IGA ($2.99/lb). I was pleasantly surprised that they weren't injected with any salt mixture crap. I did a basic brown sugar based rub and left it over night. This afternoon I took them out around 1pm and put them on around 2pm. They've been on for about 3 hours and during the last 30-45 minutes I'm going to do a couple of applications of bbq sauce (terrible I know, but I'm out numbered 4 to 1 in my love for a non sauced rib) so they majority wins. I chose to not wrap these ribs since I didn't want a super wet and mushy rib. I prefer them to give a little resistance when biting into them. I think my biggest mistake was not spritzing them every 30 minutes with anything and I'm nervous that they're going to turn out dry. I've been cooking @ 225 on my Landmann 34" Smokey Mountain propane smoker. I only did 2 rounds of wood chips since I didn't want to over smoke them and I've been keeping the water tray full. I'm hoping that they turn out decent, but we'll see. Here's some pics when they went on at 2pm.
I'll let you know how they turn out!