Hello... I came across this web site last week after looking up some tips and tricks for smoking a pork shoulder. Honestly, the "basic pulled pork thread" was incredibly helpful. http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/57139/basic-pulled-pork-smoke Thanks to everyone who provided some suggestions. I've had my Brinkmann All-In-One smoker for almost two years now. It came recommended from a friend at work. Overall I have been pretty happy with my smoker. Made a few modifications (such as drilling a hole in the top and attaching a t-nut so I can insert a temp probe into the meat.) For ribs, the smoker was perfect and very easy to use. And I've had great luck smoking turkeys. But for some reason I always had trouble making pulled pork, which is probably my favorite of the bbq meats. Using the information on this site and making a few adjustments to my process, last Sunday my pulled pork turned out fantastic. It was really satisfying to finally get it right. So far, this site has provided lots of useful information. Looking forward to reading and contributing where I can.