One thing that has cropped up about this site is all the great suggestions that keep popping up for "little" improvements to your smoker. Well, since I'm not the sort of person to let something go untested, I started making some of the mods to my rather old big block GOSM. The first is the Smoke Daddy which use to be on the right side but had to be moved for a reason you'll see in another picture. I think it was Pignit who inspired my journey with the support rack for his MES. My rack grew and grew. The left side view shows the tank, needle valve, and Smoke Daddy. The next view is the interior piping of the smoke daddy to get a better spread of smoke in the chamber. Then I think it was Hailfixer who suggested the SFB, note the one installed on the right side, where the smoke daddy use to reside. Trials runs with just the SFB gave me temps of about 65* (or whatever ambient is going to be) with more than adequate amounts of smoke for low temp smoking (thinking of cheese, sausages, etc). Then I heard about the Rib-o-later. See upper section of GOSM. Got that installed, sorta. Needs a little more balancing and squaring away, but works great. And to cap it off, just had to have a window in the door. Sure cuts down on the snooping and checking. Now, that's what I call a GOSM. Now, I've got to apply some paint here and there, and we'll be ready for the summer smoking season.