I'm having family over for BBQ this Saturday. They're dying for some smoked babybacks, as a few have tried mine and want them again, but the problem is everyone is out together until late afternoon...then some others are coming over for the BBQ. So, I'll have 2-3 hours tops before I need to start serving food. I was thinking of smoking babybacks 2-2-1, and removing them after they're done in foil (the second "2"). Then, let cool, and refridgerate. That way, the next day...I can pull from the fridge, let warm up for 30 minutes or so at room temp, and finish them off the final hour -to- hour and half at 225F. What does everyone think about this? Should I only cook half way in foil (one hour), then the second day...another 1 1/2 in foil (to be sure heated through), and the final 1 hour out? I'm trying to split this over two days since my time is constrained, but want to be sure they're not dried out, or just plain bad. So in summary, I'm thinking this: day one: 2-2-out day two: 1.5 or day one: 2-1-out day two: 1.5-1 Thanks for any suggestions!