Here's what I have so far. The trailer it's on isn't permanent. It still needs a lot of finish work like sand blasting, painting, finish grinding, oven racks, door latch stops and a few other odds and ends. It's a bit lower than I had envisioned, but it'll work. It weighs around 900 lbs. I don't have a name for it, but I think it looks like a locomotive. I will break in the new firebox next weekend with ABT's, fatties, chickens, brisket, and pork butts. Somewhere between 80 and 100 lbs of meat. After the big smoke, I'll be mounting to the new trailer and adding a fridge, sink, hot water heater, water tank, generator, and a lot of counter tops for food prep. Maybe even fix it so I can set up a canopy for shade.