so after being locked up for a while in the house due to the covid thing I got around to cleaning the garage. came across an old brinkman cylinder charcoal smoker I hadn't used in years. almost decided to take it to the dump but decided to smoke up a brisket. it turned out great but got me thinking about upgrading. been doing all kinds of research on electric, propane, pellet and the traditional wood offset smoker. getting mixed reviews across the line good and bad. was looking at some propane models that were wide but most have 2 burners and folks say it is hard to get the 2 burner models to consistently heat right. most of the other 40" or smaller units folks say they are not wide enough to get a full brisket or rack of ribs on without cutting. the two door models that allow you to put in wood chips or add water seem nice. all say don't trust the temp setting or thermometer that they come with. any of you all have any experience with any that you are pleased with?