First, get your ears of corn, and soak them in water. Also, start soaking your wood chips in water too. Then onto the meat: Step one: Let your pork rest a little so it isnt fresh out the fridge. Pat it dry. Next, Assemble the dry rub. A mix of brown sugar, garlic powder, chili powder, and rosemary and heres the rub mixed, I dont measure then press/rub it on the pork roast! I left the netting on that holds it together. I considered taking it off.... but decided against it. Get your bbq going on a low temp, all the coals off to one side. Make foil packets of some of the woods chips. Throw a packet on the coals. Put the meat on the opposite side of the coals, and cover and cook on low for like 2 hours I put a boat of water in there too to keep things moist I turned mine occasionally, and added coals and wood chip packets occasionally. At the 2 hour mark, I put the corn on the cobb on the grill, in the husk. by soaking it earler, it will steam inside the husk giving EXCELLENT flavor. I burn the crap out of the outside and the corn inside is just fine. Careful shucking though, extremely hot and steamy. I added the rest of the bbq sauce I had (sweet baby rays), less than I wanted cause IM OUT And cooked it 45 more minutes. Take the pork out, let it rest 5 min on the cutting board, and shuck your corn. I tossed my husks on the coals to burn them and dispose of them. Slice the meat, and serve with the corn, and the pasta salad your girlfriend made.