Good afternoon! I'm thinking about smoking a pork shoulder on July 4th, but there are a couple of speedbumps I have to deal with: I have to take the finished (and resting) product to my in-laws' house that afternoon, which is an hour away. And my wife will want to leave as early in the afternoon as possible. So I'm thinking about a battle plan like this: Find a smaller shoulder, maybe 5~6 pounds. Night before, inject it with 2/3 apple juice, 1/3 apple cider vinegar with some of my run mixed into the injection. Use my Smoke Hollow No. 6 propane smoker with apple wood chunks. At 6 AM-ish, put the shoulder on the smoker at 250. Let it smoke for 3 hours or so, the in-laws don't like a strong smoke flavor or crunchy bark. Put the shoulder in an aluminum tray, pour over some of the injection for steam, and wrap with foil. At this point, pull a Myron Mixon and go into power-cook mode. Run the temp up to 300~325 degrees. Hope it hits the magic 190 degrees by about 3 PM. Pull it from smoker, double-wrap in beach towels, put in a Coleman cooler and hit the road. So to the more experienced, does this plan seem feasible? Or am I dooming myself to producing something my in-laws will not like? Also... if I hit the point of leaving and I'm not at 190 degrees, what about pulling it, driving to their house (an hour away) and putting in their over to finish? Thanks, everybody!