Good Morning Everyone! I'm a long time reader of this site and now first time poster. Thank you all for the great tips/threads on here, they have helped me so much through by butts and flats and birds! But now I'm digging into some baby back ribs (can't believe its taken me this long!) I have two racks and wanted to get your opinions on how best to treat the ribs prior to smoking them. I've read through several of the ribs threads and know to remove the membrane, but what else? Do you brine/marinade or only season them the night before, or just rub/season/sauce them before throwing them on? Was going to use the 2-2-1 method at 225 and sauce one and keep the other one dry to see which I like better, but if you all have any other tips, I would certainly appreciate it! And what internal temp do you shoot for or do you check by another method like flexing the rack, etc...? Thank you all in advance for the help!