I'm in the process of a fridge build (pictures to follow shortly) and I'm going to use a replacement element from a Brinkmann bullet type smoker (1500 watt) and when I opened the box the element is attached to a plate of galvanized steel which fits down inside the smoker per the directions. I know I have seen on SMF where people are very adamant about never using galvanized steel in a smoker. So the question is "if galvanized steel is a no no then why is Brinkmann using it and if Brinkmann thinks it safe why do most people say you should not use it. I do realize that galvanize is unsafe at a certain temp but will a smoker which will only see 350 degrees max need to worry about it......... Should I remove the galvanize plate and replace it with stainless????