220 for as long as you can stand it. Under no circumstances can you use direct heat. At least that's where I was when I joined this crazy place. Now I will never go back to Q under 275, and that's low. Can't imagine not using my UDS.
Without the need to experiment with my food, I'd never have had a smoke meat loaf, an apple pie, or even a pizza. Now I'm not sure I will ever cook one in the over again. This place has completely given me the encouragement to branch out on my cooking a lot.
And I'm with Grain Belt ^^^^ up there. I'm an Iowan, so I grew up believing that ketchup was a spice and food could not have taste. Neither could beer. Of course, if he saw a Weber kettle, he's way better than I am. We had a Charbroil gasser and it got fired up once a month whether it needed to or not.
When I die, my goal is to have a visible smoke ring when the coroner cuts me open for the autopsy.