And you did it without talking down to folks.
The only thing I would add is:
I have found that when the brisket is properly done, you can take a gloved hand and seperate the point from the flat without using a knife.
It is so predicable that I can tell the finish texture from just that test. If I have to use a knife, they come out "under-done"
This stops any problems with cutting flat or point accidently and mixing them up. Each portion is clearly defined and YUMMY!
"Flirtin' with Disaster" BBQ Team (RETIRED)
FBA and KCBS Cook and Judge.
Former owner of a WSM, a Smokey Joe, a Charbroil Commercial gasser (junk), the legendary "StudeDera", a Fast Eddy PG500, and Sherman.
Now cooking with a Yoder YS640
Proud Pellet guy cooking on real wood.