Well, after fighting the wind most of the day,I finished the baby backs about 1 1/2 Hrs after the wife got home from work. We ate supper around 6:30 PM. When I first started out about noon, I couldn't get the temp in the smoker to go over 180 degrees because of the wind. After about an hour of looking for something to block the wind, I finally used some 12x12 tiles that fit into our deck table. I placed a few around the bottom of the smoker and it worked. Finally got the temp up to 225 and it pretty much stayed there give or take a few degrees. I was going to try the 2-2-1 method for the baby backs, but by the time I finished it was more like 3-2-1 method. I used oak for a base wood and then added apple as needed. This was my first try at Baby Back Ribs and I have to tell you they turned out wonderful. They were moist, tender, and Jeff's rub was the bomb. Thanks to this forum and the great people on here that gave me encouragement to undertake this smoke. Here is some Q-View of the smoke. Happy Smokin......Steve Three racks of baby backs from Sam's Membrane removed and rubbed down with Jeff's rub Ready for smoker Out of the smoker after 2 1/2 hours Wrapped for the next 2 hrs of heat Also a little smokers helper..hehe Finished Baby Backs Supper Any Questions?