I am by no means a Smoking Guru but I do enjoy it when I find the time. My wife wnted some pulled pork for tomorrow evening so when I got home tonght I put 3 8 lb boston butts on my GOSM propane at 8:00pm. That means I will be able to tend and spritz them until about midnight before I crash. I've got the temp set on 250*. At midnight when I make my final spritz should I turn the heat down or leave it where it is. In the past when I did butts I would run them up to about 160 or 165 then foil them and take them on up to 200 to pull. Since I have to smoke overnight I probably won't be able to foil them. How will that affect the meat. I have never gone to bed before and left my smoker unattended but it is inside my big 40x60' shop and out of the weather (it's raining hard tonight) so it should be OK. I'm sure they won't be ready to foil by midnight but when I get up at 7:00 should I go ahead and foil them or just take them on up to 200*. Since I'll have to go to work, I'll let wife finish them up then wrap and put them in a cooler. I just wondered if anyone was around that does overnight smokes who could give me any tips. Thanks. Mike S.