Well, with all the rainy weather out here on the not-so-sunny west coast, it's been a month or so since I've been able to fire up the EGG. Unfortunately, the patio cover didn't fare well in the storms and the EGG got rained on. Just picked up some fresh charcoal and decided tonight (since it's not raining) was a good night for steaks. Cleaned out the EGG, filled with fresh lump and let 'er rip. When the temp got to 700 or and I got the steaks on the grill, I noticed the dome was sweating. I mean it looked like somebody was squeezing water out of a green, dome shaped sponge. It also looks like hairline cracks in the dome (at least in the beltline area where the dome and base meet) as the water when wiped off would reappear instantly and it sure looked like crack patterns (straight lines, etc.). Anybody else seen this "sweating" phenomenon? Is it anything to worry about? I assumed the glaze was water resistant or repellent. The EGG was capped during the rain so I know nothing was directly ingested but I'm sure the latent moisture could have infiltrated through the ash door, dome to base seal, etc.[p]Thanks for any help on this one.