I have a Char-Broil Silver Smoker, BBQ, and Grill and am smoking for the first time. I have some pork baby back ribs. I have a temp probe in the smoker, right next to the meat. I found the obvious: the temp is high near the side box where the charcoal is. The problem I am seeing is that if I move the meat just a few inches it is MUCh cooler, too cool almost. I am not sure what I can do about this. I searched the forum for mods to this unit but wasn't able to really find anything. I've read posts in this forum that say the meat should be in the middle of the rack, but that will be way too cool. not sure how to correct this. any ideas? In the small box on the left where the charcoal is, there are two grates. I have the charcoal on the upper grate, is that wrong? I can't imagine why but I am a newbie at this. Thanks.