So here's how it went.
Here, I made up a snake, with hickory and apple wood chunks mixed.
I lit 12 briquettes (I think I'll start 24 next time).
I did baby backs. I used Stubbs BBQ rub, it was pretty good.
I also made Bacon Bombs, man them things are good.
After two hours uncovered, they had a nice bark forming. I wrapped em up, and put them back on for another two hours.
After being wrapped two hours I pulled off the ribs and unwrapped them. I mopped some BBQ sauce and put them on for the last hour.
I thought the whole thing went well. The grill danced around a little, but stayed right around 225. I was pleased over all. The ribs were nice and tender and most. The smoke seemed just right, the mix of hickory and apple gave a nice smoky flavor.
This was the first time I've used the Weber, and the first time smoking ribs.
Over all, i was really pleased.