Hello all, I am here out of frustration. I have tried three times now to cook baby back ribs in my masterbilt electric smoker with fair at best results. First attempt was the traditional 3-2-1 and they turned out ok but not great by any means. I then tried a "fast smoke" recipe I found on this forum and they were again ok but not great. I recently bought Miron Mixons book on smoking and tried his entire step by step approach over fathers day. 3 racks marinaded for 4 hrs, dried, rubbed, smoked for 2 hrs @250 spritzing every 15 min, remove, baste with glaze, wrap with apple juice in the tray cook 1 more hour remove and let rest for 30 min. Excellent flavor but still not tender. That's my biggest issue is that there consistently not tender (no where near fall off the bone) and not very heavily smoke flavor, I would like them much smokier. I used apple wood this last time. What exactly can I do differently to get better results? Can you just not get great results with electric? Any help is appreciated.