After introducing myself a few weeks ago here, I fired my new rig up for the first time with some chicken breast, wings, legs, & scalloped potatoes. I have been super busy so I am just getting around to posting. I used hickory wood with some B&B hickory lump charcoal to start the party off. Smoked the chicken in the upright at around 250ish for 2 hours or so (internal temps to about 160). Afterward, I wrapped them in aluminum foil for 30 minutes or so (until the wfe came home from work) The scallops I smoked in the main compartment for about 45 minutes at 400ish. Everything came out pretty good. One of my breast came out dryer than the other but the flavor was good. The legs were spot on and the wings were juicy. Well enough talking..... Rubbed down the night before with a recipe I got from a friend. Removed the skin from the breasts, and legs. My wife mostly likes wings so a little less rub for her to make her happy.... The rig during the seasoning. Since then, I sealed a little better with some BGE gaskets on the upright doors and main chamber lid. about ready..... Scallops done.... Done... Time to see how I did.... I'm still learning so any tips, criticism, idea, or "YOU SUCK" are welcomed. I started with the breast meat side down and after about an hour, I flipped them so I think that may have contributed to the dryness. Next time, I will keep them bone side down the entire time. I just bought a couple of pork rib racks so going to try my hand for the first time.