Decided to try out my WSM for the first time and settled on Pork ribs to pop the cherry. Meat Prep: Rubbed them down with yellow mustard and applied a nice coating of the rub I came up with (salt, pepper, chili powder, cayenne, cumin, paprika, garlic powder) and then wrapped them in foil for ~16 hours or so: Cook: Total cooking time was about 3.5 hours @~250F using Kingsford Blue and 2 chunks of apple wood. I filled the water pan up about 3/4 of the way through and monitored the temp with my Thermopro TP08. It started raining hard part of the way through so it was fun playing with the intake vents to stabilize temp. 2 hours in: I then wrapped them in foil with brown sugar, honey, and some butter for 1 hour. 1 hour in foil: I then unwrapped them and put some BBQ sauce on and then back on the smoker (made it myself, but sweet with a kick of heat) for about 1/2 an hour: Overall the ribs came out bang on. They had a pleasant smoke flavour without being too strong. The meat pulled cleanly from the bone, but didn't just fall off. I think I'll tweak my rub a bit to dial back a touch on the salt and add some more heat to the rub and sauce. Next up is a pork shoulder!