Awesome new pics! That helps out a lot! Thanks.
Yeah, I've read up on the charcoal idea, already. Here's a pic on it. The link to it is also there so you can read about how he made it all work. Farther below is the guy who used a terra cotta water catcher for a wood container. See, I knew I saw it someplace!http://tinker.pbwiki.com/TerraCottaSmoker
Terra Cotta water catcher wood container.http://www.kitchenproject.com/BBQ/Fl...oker/index.htm
As what you said to me in PM, using aluminum pie pans are a no-no, but I always felt that was for those super cheap thin pie pans you get with frozen pies. However, I feel the heavy duty should be OK. But, I am starting to think that a stainless steel pie pan would be better. One like this... http://www.kitchencollection.com/Tem...234552&catname
= But, do any of you see a potential health or taste risk with using one of these? Just curious what your thoughts are.