Been wanting a little more capacity. I know, this is the first step to much bigger things down the road. I admit I am a meat smoker. Have not attended any meetings yet, but am close. Anyhow, I bought a charcoal smoker cause that is what I know and I AM an old dog. It is by CFM Home Products of Mississauga, Ontario and Joplin, MO, but turns out it is made in China like everything else. A Smoky Mountain Series Smoker. Not a Weber. This thing is basically a square ECB. It has dampers to control air flow, which is a better thing. And the firepan can be removed to add charcoal if needed, another better thing. The water pan is smaller, but easily filled if needed. As usual, the "thermometer" on the door is mostly worthless, graduated in 10 degree increments. Not retiring the ECB, just adding capacity. Both will be smoking. So, here are some pics of it and the seasoning burn. It gets the first load of meat tomorrow, brined boneless thick cut pork chops, beer butt chicken, country style pork ribs. Film at 11. Oh yeah, under $100 cost.