Ok, so I failed on the post pull pics, sorry.
Bark was a hit, folks were picking through the pan looking for bits with bark attached. I was lucky enough to sleep through the stall, so I didn't wrap, which contributed to the great bark.
So the run run down was:
Rub - brown sugar, white sugar, paprika, onion powder, rosemary powder and black pepper.
Went into the Smoke Hollow at 5:45 PM Eastern at 235. 16LBS of meat will suck the heat out of the smoker fast, dropped to 185. kicked up the heat long enough for things to equalize back to 235.
Added enough hickory to keep TBS up till about midnight Eastern, when I felt comfortable that the temps were stable and I could nod off.
Checked in on things around 3AM and was running around 168, so I figure just coming out of the stall, so I nod back off.
630 AM I'm up and checking on things, and were in the 180s
800 AM and were into the 190s were things start to hang up. From 630 -730 AM I'm seeing a gain of a degree per 20ish minutes, but one things get to the 195 and above range every degree increase seems to be taking almost an hour. Is this some kind of secndary stall?
Finally right around noon, 18 hours into it I hit 200, wrap and stuff into the cooler, and pull an hour later, Yum!
Gotta say, the bark was such a hit I figure I won't be wrapping anytime soon, as long as I can work my timing like this time to sleep through the stall :)