my wife sends her heartiest congratulations to a fellow author.
She looked on Amazon and laughed, then blushed lightly and exclaimed, "This sounds more like Sex'capades than a Bodice Ripper!"
The 3rd book in her 8 book series is out, and the 4th is due in the Spring.
Plus she has...
I prefer a longer brine time, 8-12 hours, overnight.
Gives the salt more time to do it's jobs, i.e. tenderize and pull moisture in.
I also try not to go over 140° IT pull temp, and let the IT carry over on it's own.
If I know I'm going to reheat later I only go to 130°-135° IT.
If your temps...
If you won't use it to near capacity at least four times a year, I wouldn't buy it.
But if you could get a good enough price that a good cleaning/refurb would allow you to flip for a nice profit, then heck yeah.