I have been enjoying my new CG Smokin'Pro w/ SFB very much. I knew that it would use a fair bit of charcoal. I was using a house brand of lump that I picked up at a Price Chopper supermarket near Binghamton, NY when we were traveling. I also used some Cowboy Lump that I picked up at the nearest Lowes. The price chopper lump burned longer than the cowboy but produced more ash. I had read the review of the cowboy lump at Nakedwhiz.com and knew that along with the very low ash production, it did not burn for a long time. I had been using the cowboy in my kettle style grill with good results.
I ordered and recieved two 22 lb bags of Wicked Good Weekend Warrior blend lump. The review at Nakedwhiz rates it much hotter and longer burning than Cowboy. I just read Ultramag's review of Wicked Good Charcoal Briquettes (http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6375) and wondered if anyone has any experience with the lump? I want to use this for a big butt and rib smoke next week, and don't want to overfill the sfb right off the bat.
Take care, have fun, and do good!