Ugh.....I am using this for the first time and am furious. I've just wasted a $30 piece of meat because it sat in 150 degree heat for 4 hours. There was nothing in the owners manual to indicate wind or breeze would affect the temperature so dramatically. Based on comments from an older threat I wrapped a moving blanket around it to see what it would do, and it jumped right up to 200 degrees. but its much too late for my brisket. I don't think I should have to wrap a blanket around it every time either. If that was needed it should have come with it or offered as an accessory. I hate to be a Debbie Downer but DANG!!! I wanted that brisket today during my game. It just would have been nice to know. Does anyone have suggestions on another brand or model of smoker that doesn't have this issue?