Hi all. So on a whim I decided to give cold smoking a try which I deeply researched. I live in South NJ where we have all 4 seasons so I wanted it to be adaptable to have electric hot plates in the bottom door for cold days and room for ice above and below for hot days (it cools from 82 degrees to 66 in 15 minutes on a Maverick E732 and never got above 71 degrees in 4 hours smoke time). The only problem is that I focused too much on temperature control and not enough on the smoke. So I literally high temp caulked every possible nook and cranny and weatherstripped the doors. So I found myself smoking lox with the 2 vents open and the doors 1/2 open. The Smoke Daddy (Big Kahuna) puts off too much smoke on the lowest air pump setting for Lox in my dimensions so I ended up leaving that unplugged for the most part. But it's wood and I can make holes so that's in the works of how I want to make more ventilation. Thanks if anyone has input!