We had not done one for some time. Around 3 lbs of hamburger, oatmeal, 2 eggs, onion, mushrooms and sweet and hot peppers from the garden.
Decide to put some potatoes underneath the meatloaf as it cooked. All that lovely fat dripping down and coating the tater. A few ABTs also.
Wood of choice Oak and Cherry. Took almost 4 hours due to starting out at a lower smoking temp, around 210º to allow for more smoke flavor. Then increase to 275º near the last 45 minutes or so. This crisped up the outside some. Came out dang good. Wish my mom had made meatloaf like this. A couple Miller Fortune's finished the meal.