I tried chunks tonight for the first time with mixed results. I thought I read somewhere on here that someone else with a similar smoker as me just used dry chunks. So that's what I started with. After about 30 minutes, I had to pull them out. The smoke was ROLLING out of every available crack in the smoker. So I replaced them with soaked chunks that I had put in water "just in case". Those ran for about an hour and started doing the same thing.
I had my wood pan as low toward the flame as possible, so I think that was the problem. My plan is to raise the wood pan to the highest level and try again. Luckily, I am a stubborn arse mule and will keep at this until everything turns out the way I want it!!!!
I'm a nOOB myself to this forum, but I have a little trick I use on my bullet which is very scarce on space. I take my chips and soak them in water overnight, then double wrap them in heavy duty foil. Stab an air hole about 1 inch in diameter in the top of the newly formed chip brick, then lay it right on top of my hot coals. This never blazes up, smokes like Cheech and Chong and is changeable during cooking with a handy pair of tongs.