Hey all... As some may know I recently got a pit boss pro series 1100 not sure that will matter much as I feel it may just happen on any pellet grill. Tonight I tried some 80/20 burgers. I made the patties about 1 in thick and the size was pretty decent in diameter, enough to fit well on the bun after shrinkage. Now I've cooked on charcoal and gas and propane grills and I know flare ups can get crazy when that 80/20 starts to render, I feel like I should have been ready to experience that but I just wasn't and when I opened the lid to flip I was greeted with a flare up that made my little one run and not wanna come back out (this bummed me out the most as I had to tend to the issue first as opposed to reassuring her everything was still ok). I preheated my grill at 350 per the manual and then moved it to 400 as I was planning on getting a good sear while cooking pretty fast. I set them on the main grates and tried to stay away from directly in the center as that gets hottttt. Anyway in retrospect Im not surprised it happened as that heat plate gets red orange hot so of course the moment grease hit it it was going to flame. Where did I go wrong here? Was the temp too high? Is this just normal for fattier cuts? Anyone else encounter this and any tips on combating it ? I was able to salvage the situation by moving the patties to the top shelf and I dropped the grill to 350. Perhaps 350 is the happy spot for this type of thing and anything above that is baking/searing territory. Idk... Thoughts?