Thanks , but the truth of the matter is..... I don't like barbecued food with a glaze and I rarely make it at home. So when I do make sauced or glazed barbecue.... it's either for friends, neighbors, guests, co-workers, or a contest or some small event. Which is the perfect time to show off.... make it look good, and at the same time cook something exactly the way someone likes it because they don't get it very often. The clean-up is always part of cooking over live fire, but sauce creates a mess on your pit, so I learned how to minimize that the hard way.Good plan Thirdeye....I like it!