This seems to be the most difficult part of my smoke that usually involves me standing in the cold wind (sometimes rain) at about 3:00am cussing trying to get the shoulder off of my rack and onto the foil so I can wrap it. I usually wrap at 165deg and struggle with this step. I have even tried to use PAM no-stick spray on the rack so it doesn't stick and it still sticks. I end up tearing off large chunks of the bark I worked so hard for and when I do it by myself it's enough to make me want to not smoke anymore. I have a larger spatula that I try to use carefully to get the shoulder off of the rack and then balance it while trying to stuff the large piece of foil underneath it in a way that doesn't tear it or not center it and I don't lose all my heat.... bleh! So the point is, I'm hoping someone can give me a pointer for doing this a lot more gracefully than I have to this point. I'd love to make this process easier and less stressful so I'm open to ideas for foiling tightly a pork shoulder that's about 165deg. Thanks for the help!