Hey guys, after stalking the site for a few months I bought the Walmart version of the GOSM big block. I had a few attempts at pulled pork but the results have been less than ideal. I've been cooking in the middle of winter and it's hard for the smoker to keep an even temperature. Wind really effects the flame on the bottom and a lot of heat is lost thru the thin steel and door seal. My old smoker(that i still have) is the smoke hollow electric and that unit is insulated and the door has a tighter seal. I could cook 2 boston butts in the electric unit in 8-10 hours, my gas GOSM takes half a tank of propane and 10-12 hours. Any guys getting the same problems? Any solutions. I don't really want to use welding blankets, or build anything makeshift. I was thinking of using rock wool and aluminum flashing for the door, maybe some oven gasket to fix the leaks. With my electric I've made good Q in 30 degree weather in the middle of December, I got the big unit for more space to do large turkeys.