Well, I just bought a large egg, and just received all the eggcessories by UPS today, and also since my boss is cutting me a little slack because my birthday is today . . I'm gonna dive in and go for it. I'm gonna go down and a get a fresh turkey breast, and do the following things:[p]1) I'm gonna wrap the new Polder with thick aluminum foil, as suggested by Tim M.[p]2) I'm going to inject the turkey breast with sweet cooking sherry, as suggested by the folks at Barbeque's Galore.[p]3) Next, I'll fill up to the fire ring with hardwood lump.[p]4) After I light it up with a fire-starter stick, I'l take the plate setter and place it inverted on top of the fire ring, and then lay the main grid on top of the feet.[p]5) Then, I'll line the drip pan with aluminum foil and set the V-Rack inside it. [p]6) Then, I'll rub olive oil on the breast, set it in the V-Rack, insert the Polder, and roast about 325 - 350*. [p]7) And I'll use a couple a blocks of cherry wood for the smoke, again, as suggested by the folks at Barbeque's Galore.[p]At least that's the plan. I've still got to run to the store, so if it looks like I'm all wet, please feel free to speak up.