So every time I make ribs on the PBC I sauce and finish them in the oven because of my fear of them falling in the coals if my attention wonders to other things or its running a little hotter than normal. It has happened before. So I was thinking while cleaning up from last nights cook, would this simple solution quell my fear of falling: Just took the grate and flipped it upside down over the coal basket. Pushed down on the grate a little and it stays in place over the charcoal basket handle. Now I understand that if meat fell that close to be coals it could get charred pretty bad, but at least it won't be swimming in spent charcoal ash. Might make it a little more salvageable if they indeed fall. What do you all think? It doesn't seem like the airflow to the coals would be restricted.