Hi Guys, I'm supposed to do some ribs up tomorrow for some friends that are coming over... nobody can ever just visit, I always have to feed people and let them drink my beer :P I grabbed a couple of recipes for rubs and sauces, but am wondering what the application process is. When I did my pork butt I rubbed it down, wrapped it with saran wrap, then let it sit overnight in the fridge. Do you do the same thing for ribs, or do you just rib them down and throw them on? I'm thinking they probably don't need to be left to sit as long since the meat's not nearly as dense as a pork butt, but I'm clueless. Should they be wrapped to sit in the fridge for a couple of hours maybe? Also, when I grill I tend to stick to baby backs since they're leaner and we like them better. I'm thinking that side ribs on the smoker would probably be a good choice since they're cooked a lot longer and the fat in whatever meats I've done so far seems to break down really well. Would I be smart to grab a couple racks of both, or is one normally preferred over the other? Thanks again for the help!