We just bought a towable wood smoker from Magnum Trailers here in Austin. We are going to use it for our Cub Scout Pack to cook at events and as a fund-raising tool. We're new to wood smoking and could use some advice on the best way to season this beast. The unit is really big with a firebox at one end, two large cooking areas in the middle and a five level smoking tower and smokestack at the other end. The advice we got was to spray the inside with vegtable oil, brush it down with a large paintbrush then slowly bring it up to 300-400 degrees for about 5 hours using a mix of dry and green wood (we have a bunch of Pecan wood from one of the Dads in the pack) to get lots of smoke. Does this sound about right? Thanks for any help with this.