I've decided to go get a proper smoker for myself (been using my gas grill), and hopefully take advantage of some end of the season sales going on. I'm going to go with a gas smoker. It suits me best for now. Reading around the forum, I tend to think the wide body GOSM would be the best bet for my newb-self, and they're going for only $120 at wal-mart right now. I've got two concerns though... First, is the GOSM able to hold temps low enough to smoke fish? Mostly concerned about salmon, but my father-in-law likes smoked whitefish a lot too. I'm not interested in cold-smoking the fish (yet!), just normal hot smoking. I've read about a mod to get low-temps by installing a hotplate, but I'm wondering about the GOSM when running off of gas. Is it able to pull it off, or should I be looking at a different model? Second, is there a natural gas conversion kit for the GOSM? My patio has a NG line, and I'd love to take advantage of it. I've seen the afterburner kit listed at www.gassmoker.com, but after shipping that'll run $80. That's quite a pricey add-on for a $120 smoker. I've read suggestions about drilling out the orifice, but I'm not trusting myself with DIY projects on my home's gas line. I've seen gas grill conversion kits at lowes and home depot, but they always carry warnings about making sure your grill is dual-fuel compatible. Any idea of those are safe to use on a GOSM? I've heard mention of a GOSM that's designed to run off NG, but I can't seem to find one. One poster stated it was model #3605BGD. According to the manual, that model is for LP use only. If anyone has any other suggestions for NG smokers to check out, I'm open to suggestions. Thanks!