1st test run will be today and seasoning will be done at that time. I decided to paint it with Desert-Tan Truck bed liner for durability and then added some artwork. Will still be adding artwork as time allows. The John Wayne artwork is for my dad and I. The panda is for my daughter (her favorite animal). I plan on adding other artwork that represents members of my family but that takes time and A LOT OF THOUGHT AND CONSIDERATION. Anyway, here are some pics of the build from start to finish. The only thing I did not take a pic of was the door seal. Everyone uses that fiberglass rope but I actually ordered some high-temp silicone door seal and used that instead. It's water-tight and provides an UNBELIEVABLE SEAL!!! I will upload pics of the seal today before I actually test run the smoker! For anyone interested I got the seal at mcmastercarr. Without further ado, the pics: Castor wheels have been mounted, although temporarily because I want to build a sturdy frame for them eventually. I also mounted a 16" handicap grab bar to the back for a push/pull handle to help with the rolling around. It also serves as a mount for the female plug for my thermocouple. I cut a square hole in the handle, ran the thermocouple wire out the back of the fridge, through the handle and mounted the plug. I wi get pics of that as well. Everything is designed to be plug and play so I can completely plug/unplug the controller box and store it inside. Sorry i don't have an actual FINISHED PRODUCT pic yet but I will have that today also. Hope you guys like it! This is a HUGE accomplishment for me. I have ProgressiveRelapsing Multiple Sclerosis so just finding time where I am actually healthy enough to physically work on it has been hard. All the work was done from a wheeled office chair to conserve my energy. I got this fridge from my grandad 25 June 2012 and it's taken this long to get where I'm at with this project. So I would like to say this, "It doesn't matter your siduation, financially or physically (I don't make much money so most everything for this project was salvaged or given to me for b-day or Christmas gifts) but, if you have a dream and a drive to do it, it can be done! I'm living proof! I'm 34 and need a cane to walk short distances, can't stand for very long and need a mobility go go any farther than about a block. Being able to work on this project has been the best therapy because, even if I only spent 10 minutes on it, for those 10 minutes, I "forgot" I was sick. It was the best therapy in the world! If I can do it with my situation (sick, disabled and poor) anyone can and I HIGHLY recommend doing it. I haven't had this much fun in a long time and haven't felt this good about myself in a long time either.