Hi everyone, I'm heading to the butcher this evening to pick up some beef back ribs that I plan on smoking tomorrow. This will be my first time smoking ribs. I've read about it quite a bit over the last few days and the biggest point of contention seems to be whether or not to foil the ribs. Instead of choosing one over the other I figure I will just try both at the same time. Would definitely appreciate feedback on my plan: Smoker: Traegar Century Temperature: 225F Wood: Apple or Hickory. The latter seems more common for ribs as far as I can tell. Rack #1 - Mustard + dry rub overnight - On the grill for 5-6 hours (will try a few different tests to figure out when done) - Spray with apple juice every hour or so - Mop with BBQ sauce in the last 30-45 mins Rack #2 - Mustard + dry rub overnight - On the grill for 3 hours - Spray with apple juice every hour - Move it to a tightly sealed foiled container with a bit of apple juice for 2 hours - Back on the grill for a hour or so - Mop with BBQ sauce in the last 30-45 mins I'd really appreciate hearing from more experienced smokers whether this is a good plan. If not, what would you do differently? Thanks in advance.