Exhaust tunnel made from a loaf pan to help route the exhaust towards the center of the smoker instead of the right back corner. A BIG thanks to DaveOmak for the idea. Not sure if I'm going to put a string of high temp TRV on the upper side of the flange to act as a seal. Here's a side profile of what the loaf pan looked like on the left. A little too tall so I reduced it's size. Love my dremel tool. What I chopped off of the pan. Yes this caused me to bend a new flange but what the heck are bench vices for anyway? Look at all them racks! Since I mainly do a lot of Salmon jerky, nuggets, etc, I need a smoker with lots of racks. The stock MES's racks are spaced 6" from each other. My Big Chief smokers have their racks at 3". Hmmmm Ordered an extra set of rack supports and pulled out Mr. Miggy the welder. You realize how many Salmon nuggets this pup can now produce? If only I had one more rack :biggrin: Note the slanted rack at the bottom, to help persuade the heat towards the center of the smoker instead of up the right side. Still experimenting with what's the best size foil pan deflector and still need to incorporate a foil umbrella for the AMNPS. Tomorrow I am going to run a test smoke to check temps at different locations within the box.