As usual with me no Q-view, but started an 8lb turkey breast on my WSM 22.5" at 6:30am. It was 8 degrees when the meat went on and an hour later it was 1 degree here in Prairie City, IA. Its back up to 4 degrees i see and the meat is moving right along. Tried something new and got a 48" tall roll of Reflectix, cut 80" off the roll and aluminum taped the ends together from the top of the cylinder 24" down. Had to do this to allow my short stock Maverick probes to come through the open slit to sit on an upside down bucket. I still put up my plywood windbreak as well. I have to say that insulator almost works too well. I can close off all but one vent and just slit the 3rd as usual and the thing was ON. I ended up putting a 4" piece of 2X4 under one side of the insulator tube to allow more air intake as i was just too lazy to fold up the wind break and put it away. Should be foiling turkey at about 10am or 10:30 at the latest and eating at 12:30. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!