Originally Posted by JS-TX
Each cooker is different, I wouldn't be surprised if another identical cooker could zero in on 225*. But yea, there's nothing magical about 225*, too bad so many books and other references use this # w/out explaining that it's ok go higher like 250-275*.
In all fairness though, if I'm going to 'review' a product like this I need to include that information as my results show. I still think it could be made to cook at 225 by various methods, one of which would be to put a water pan underneath the grate on my diffuser rack.