Ok folks, I have smoked a turkey (well I usually cut the turkey up or buy "parts") to cut down on overall time, and it has always turned out awesome. I also have a roast turkey recipe ,that is the moistest tastiest turkey, that I have made on a couple of occasions (new recipe) that is brined for 24 hours and marinated for at least another 24 hours, then roasted in the oven for several hours. Whoever said that a turkey was a quick fix, you know 3-4 days to defrost, 1 day to brine, 1 day to marinate and another several hours of cooking and pretty soon it takes a week to cook a turkey!! Anyway, back to my question, any thoughts on using this same process and then instead of roasting, smoking the turkey. Would the smoke add that extra level of wowness or would it just be overkill? Would it still be moist? I typically don't like turkey but this recipe (which I got off of the net) makes a fantastic turkey. Should I just stick to the original recipe or give it a shot and see what happens? What are your thoughts folks? Good or bad, I want to know your ideas about this. Sorry this is a bit long, I tend to be long winded!