Originally Posted by Bentley
There are a lot of good pellet units on the market, but if you need that much space, the FEC-100 is going to be the one. I had the pleasure of cooking on a unit provided by Eddy at the 2010 Royal Open and it performed flawlesslly. Been around them for a long time, cooked on a FEC-500 last April, but had never cooked on a 100 before. It produced an 11th place finish in Brisket at the Royal, I think it just goes to prove it really is the pit and not the cook!
I disagree!! A bad grill/smoker can ruin a cook. But a good grill/smoker still needs a cook to use the tools they have to pull off a good cook. 11th out of 494 requires you know your stuff.
I take photos at a lot of the comps in California. FEC-100 are seen in a lot of teams areas.Some have two.