Not that you would celebrate having it done, but my wife had put it off for some time while I suffered with it a little over a year ago. Mrs Flash lost her best friend recently to colon cancer and she finally relented, then passed with flying colors. She did the new prep also and didn't suffer a bit (Hey, no fair, that was the worst part!!) At any rate since she had to starve herself, I told her I would smoke another Chuck Roast along with our Prime Rib soup bones. A little yellow mustard, Jeff's Rub with alittle Grillmates Steak Rub. Same for the Prime Rib Bones. I plan on smoking them for a few hours, then finish them on the gas grill. About 4 hours into smoke. Using Turkey Oak and Hickory Sprayed it occasionally with a 75/25 mixture of Apple Juice and Makers Mark. At 165Âº I wrapped in foil and planned on taking it to 210Âº on suggestion of several members. Also put on the Prime Rib bones and would pull them off at 135Âº internal. Chuckie pulled real nice and had a nice bark also. I grilled the Prime Rib bones to around 140Âº internal. Dinner is served. Dennis's Dirty Rice and Prime Rib Bones. We plan on mixing what was left over of the pulled Chuck into the rice for some nice Tortilla wraps for later. Total smoking time 6 1/2 hours Great meal and congrats again to my wife Cherie.