I make 'em here from time to time...you're right they're very inexpensive. I've just straight grilled them before, and they were great. Last time I rubbed them, put 'em on the smoker with some hickory for about 3 hours @ 230 and they were great, had a smoke ring, and were as juicy as can be. I got some without bones, with a nice piece of fat running through, and some that actually had a baby back type bone connected to the back, a small membrane piece to remove, and a huge chunk of meat connected to the bone, those were the best. I try to get the packs with the most pieces with the bones attached.
Thanks, now I'm hungery, and I don't have time before work to smoke anything!!!!! Poor old Me!