I always follow the brisket sticky here and have had great success. However I met a fellow smoker who has a BBQ stand at a local grocery store and we got to talking about our pellet smokers.... He was not satisfied with the volume of smoke he was getting from his Fast Eddie smoker between 225-250 and he told me that he smokes for 8-10 hours at 175 degrees and then foils, he stated at 175 he was able to get enough smoke on his brisket. So I put my brisket on at midnight last night at 175 degrees....decided to foil at 10 am no matter the eternal temp. since I should have plenty of smoke at 10 hours. At 10 this morning I opened the smoker and the top looked awfully dry! Do you guys think im ok or is this gonna be a $35 mistake, man I hate trying different methods for this reason!!