Today is a maiden voyage for my Gar-Griller Super Pro (with SFB). I am mid-way through the day one learning curve but have a question as to wind. I am having trouble getting the temp up to 200 . I had it at 215 for a while and then it dropped again. When I assembled the grill I included a number of the offered modifications; extended stack to the grill, thermos, baffel, and I raised the coal basket up to the mouth of the pass through from the fire box to the grill. I started off with lump and wood chunk by using the minion method. I have the side damper open full and have even opened the ash drawer a little to get more air into the chamber. My stack is full open. So, the wind here in the battle born state of Nevada (Northern Nevada) is rocking today. I am estimating 15-30 MPH gusts with a pretty steady 10 MPH breeze. Can the wind affect the temperature that much. I would think that the wind may set the fire off more but it looks like it is draining the heat out of the main chamber?