Morning, smokers! I'm about to trim some spares I got on a killer sale (buy one, get TWO free), so I have 3 racks tp play with. I'm having a bit of a housewarming, so I'm doing these, and a fattie. I've only ever done 1 rack at a time, and used a slight vatiation on the 3-2-1 method, closer to 3-1.5-1 at about 225, with awesome results. They were still very much fall off the bone, but with no mushiness, so I was pleased at the result. My question is this; knowing we cook to temp/test by pulling the bones, but - as long as I maintain a 225 temperature, will there be any difference in the timing, given that I'm cooking 3 racks at the same time? I'm using a square vertical Brinkmann, with a different, well vented charcoal pan, so I can control the temperature well, I'm just wondering if it's going to take longer to make the three. I may be doing the middle (foiled) part in the oven, just so that I can put all three racks in one big foil tray at once. This wouldn't fit in the smoker, but saves wrapping them all individually. Is it ok to use a big foil tray for this? I've only tightly wrapped them in foil before. Does it matter that they're all together, piled on top of each other in a tray with a cup of apple juice, as long as I make a good seal? There will be air in there as a result, but the seal ought to be just as good. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.