OK you smokers listen up. I've had my SFB (Char-Broil double door) for about 2 months and was about to give up because of the uneven heat. I smoked each and every weekend and was never satisfied until yesterday. I took the broil pan from my kitchen stove and placed it in my smoker and dang if it didn't fit like a glove! (please see picture). My pan happened to be the shallow type but any and all will do. It also makes for a great water pan. Anyways, after cranking up the coals I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the temps on the FS, (fire side) and CS, (chimney side). From start to finish my temps remained around 225 / 260 ON BOTH SIDES!. Just to recap my first 2 months of smoking my temps were sky high. 300 on SFB and 400 on CS. Plus I was going thru 20 to 25 lbs of coal. Last nights burn was less than 16 pounds and I still had fire when I was finished cooking. Soo, no more metal working, drilling holes or welding for me. I hope that this will work on other SFB's. LINE YOUR PAN WITH FOIL and you will be happier than I when it's time to clean it.