Thanks to FastEddie for the idea of a "Homebrew Cold Smoke Generator." http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...ad.php?t=79811 and http://www.transpave-showcase.com/smoke/ Here is my version of........ The Cold Smoke Generator...for the MES. Stainless Steel bottle from Big Lots. $3. WalMart has one for $6. Shop around. Brass Hose Barb Adapter $3 at Home Depot. 1/8" Barb x 1/4" MIP Drill slightly undersize hole and thread it in. Attachment 22600 Cut off top with Dremil Tool. Fine tooth hacksaw should work. Attachment 22601 Ready to assemble. Screen goes in. Made from piece of gutter screening with plastic coating burned off. A few wood chips and one completely lit (grey all over) charcoal. Very important to get "white ash all the way around" it. I used a propane torch. More wood chips. Small wood chunks. Fill it up. 3 in. elbow goes on. Attachment 22602 Test run. Working good. Small air pump. WalMart $6. "Hinge air valve" was not needed and removed. Attachment 22603 MES chip chute is not used. MES power cord is unplugged. Attachment 22604 Takes 10 - 15 minutes to "Gen Up" Now we're smoking. Attachment 22605 Cheese in MES. Attachment 22606 Smoked for 5 hours with Apple wood. Into Vac Seal bag for 2 weeks. Having smoked cheese before, I expect this to be very good.