Thought I would post a thread using the rocket ship. I have successfully cooked and smoked a couple times using this modified ECB-W22 a couple times, including jerky at 140-150° . So I'm doing a whole smaller brisket today using a minion and some mixed apple and hickory chunk wood. The brisket has SPOG and a little heat by way of cayenne and some pepper flakes. I used a bit of lemon pepper and lawry's. This thing is easy to adjust heat up and down. I'm running 230 at 40 minute mark . I have a drip pan under most of the meat. Running fat cap up and I will flip it later to render more fat and protect the meat in the later stages. Was a 8.5 lb little brisket and I trimmed off 1.25 lbs hard fat and silver skin. But of leaking around the kettle lid but I leave it alone. Not losing enough heat to worry about. All 3 dampers on the kettle body are open to let in smoke from the ECB charcoal pan. Or tabletop kettle modified. I elevated the charcoal for this cook to conserve fuel. Normally it is in a lower position. Will have some finished food pics later I home. I'm also doing 8 lbs of beef jerky on the ECM (El Cheapo Masterbuilt) today.