I bought Jeff's (and others) books and have read them. Getting ready to start doing things and buying a good smoker. You can't work with poor tools!!
Now the "problems". We live in a trailer and it is possible to find us in any state, except in the winter, then it will probably be in southern Texas (Rio Grande Valley). So we are looking for something that is light, well made, and does a good job. From everything that I have read, those terms don't match up.
One of the great things about this is we get to try smoking from around the country, the bad is we are traveling around the country and have limited space for our own stuff.
Looking at the Green Egg, heavy and ceramic. How well would that hold up rolling the road? As has been described by some, a traveling earthquake at 60 MPH.
I was looking at a Treager (sp) pellet smoker today and that brought me to this site. And then there is the binder that they use to make the pellets. I understand that can add another issue.
The Bradley also look interesting. And a wide range of biscuits for different smokings.
So any recommendations especially from a fellow mobile traveler.