Okay guys, so I am a newbie to the site but not quite a newbie to smoking. I just recently started a custom smoker build and thought I would start a thread on it. I am wanting to do a rear facing firebox with a reverse flow smoke chamber. All I have done so far is cut my door and cap my pipe. My cooking chamber is made out of a piece of 24", 3/8 thick pipe, cute 40" long. Not real sure on whether I am wanting to go with a square firebox or a cylindrical firebox to make the cooking chamber. But stick with me, it's an "after work build" so I will be a working progress! Here are a few pics of what I have done so far.. Capped, welded up on the inside and out. Outside edges smoothed and rounded to give a "solid one piece" look. I'm also open to suggestions and comments. Good and bad, and criticism! Hope yall enjoy the build, I know I'm going too!