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I need to pull the trigger and purchase a thermometer so that I can do a long low and slow. I definitely want two probes with alarms for the temp and a remote that I can monitor the temp from inside my house. What are the disadvantages to this unit? It sounds like it is only real good at the low and slow and it doesn't register past 400 or so??? Do these still work good for doing spatchcock chickens? I also read one post that the remote didn't work very far away from the egg...only 25 ft or so??? Is this the best unit for the criteria that I described or is there one that is a better choice??? Thanks as always for any feedback