Originally Posted by NJ2 BBQ
i am in the same boat. using a chargriller with side box. i would think about a better smoker only if i start to go to competitions. for backyard i think it does the job pretty well. from grilling hot dogs to smoking turkey its a great all round cooker. it is a little hard to hold temp but i dont mind because i have to sit with the smoker and a beer while the wife has to watch the kids.
I just wonder with all the selling features of higher priced smokers, reverse flow, more insulation, etc, does it really improve your product?