Damn noscript. Now I have to type it again! Anyway... after stumbling upon this forum about a month ago, and hungrily reading and viewing many great fatty threads (especially the throwdowns), I figured I'd give it a go. I mean, how can it be bad, right? I didn't take as many pictures as I should have, but I do have some of the finished product. The outside: Pork shoulder, ground medium, seasoned with bratwurst seasoning from Penzey's. About a pound and a half, rested in the fridge for a couple of days The middle: Cubed ham from easter, orange bell peppers, onions, garlic, mushroom and sharp cheddar The wrap: Bacon weave! This was my first attempt at a bacon weave. I went from memory of what I'd read here, and it was pretty easy. I was really happy with how it turned out. Smoked it on the NB offset, being too lazy to get out and clean the MB electric smoker. Smoked about 250 - 275, with maple and lump mesquite. Also made my first batch of ABTs, simple - just cream cheese stuffed, some cheddar on top, then wrapped in a half slice of bacon. Here are the pics: My helper examining the finished product Resting, waiting to be sliced First attempt at ABTs, man they're addictive! Sliced in half view Sliced in half - with flash. Looks a little better in this shot. I would recommend anyone who hasn't made one of these to try it, you can't really go wrong. Some of the great ones I've read on here make me want to try and go truly hog wild - there are some VERY creative people in this forum. Hope you liked my q-view. I'll be putting up my pork shoulder today, also.