Originally Posted by Vision
Why are you spamming the thread?
Differing opinions be not spam.
Bottom line is a lot of guys cook GREAT briskets. There is **NO** end-all-be-all brisket guru out there.
There are definitely stand-out cooks in various categories.
I think some "frustration" for lack of a better word comes along for those who have been producuing amazingly good products for years, and all of a sudden some guy gets a lot of press because of how good his stuff is, and lots of sheeple jump on the bandwagon that the definitive word has now been spoken about how to cook said product.
Take everything with a grain of salt, learn things that work for you, keep listening and trying to improve, but in the world of BBQ never assume that there is only one right way to do something to produce an amazing outcome.
Just my $.02.