So I have two Chargriller's with the SFB, one is a DUO and the other I've customized as my "dedicated smoker" and added a Nano Q with 25cfm pitbull fan. I've always had decent results after years of dialing it in but its a fuel hog and I don't always trust the temps I get with it. This weekend was pretty chilly out so I thought I would try something different. I got out my Webber kettle grill, its the big one, I think 21.5 inches around, got a medium size coal pile going with some appricot and mesquite and filled a disposable aluminum pan with an inch or two of water, set a rack on top and a brisket and let it cook. I just cant believe how good it turned out. The water right below the meat steamed it and kept it nice and moist, it was excellent. So good in fact that I did a pulled pork the next day that turned out equally as good. I might have to put the old Chargriller on Craigslist if I can get these results with a charcoal grill.