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Have a large, where to go next?
I have a large BGE and have cooked on it religiously for 15 months. I travel for work, but probably still get 4-5 cooks a week in on it. My dilemma is that its just the 2 of us and I find that using a large that often is kind of a waste of charcoal. So I am thinking of adding a smaller egg to the quiver. I was pretty set on a small, but checked one out the other day and got a little concerned about the svelte size of the bottom air vent.
So now I am totally confused and wondering about a Med -vs- a Small.
Have there been any changes or upgrades to the small over the past year or 2? I think the one @ my egg dealers is at least 2 years old.
Any opinions regarding this is appreciated.