Originally Posted by Ron_L
I've never heard of them. Give it a shot. The thing to watch is pellet consumption and ash production.
The price is good, but if you can find some other pelletheads locally and buy in bulk you can get your price below $.40/lb from Bear Mountain, cookinpellets,com or BBQers Delight and others, including shipping.
I contacted cooking pellets and the best price per pound, including shipping, to TUlsa, OK was 46 cents per pound -- this is for a pellet of their post popular pellet.