Looking to cook about 30 slabs of St Louis ribs for a work party. I would need to have them at work by 1030 a.m. and it's an hour travel time from my house to work. So I would have to be on the road by 930 ish. I really don't want to start everything at 1:30 a.m. but they are easy enough that I could. I don't have any food transporters other than some igloo coolers, towels and one large cardboard box. So here are my options. Burn them starting at 1:30 /3:00 a.m. using 3-2-1, cool them a bit and wrap in foil and into coolers/box, travel, drop off and leave. Or burn then Thursday during the day without saucing 3 hrs on smoke 2 in foil. Cool and place in pans foil wrapped. Drag cooker to work, heat up and sauce at same time and then drop off and leave. Really would hate to have to drag cooker with me and it may not really be an option right now. What would be the chances of ribs going to much if I went with option 1?