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Some very smart guys put a lot of work into the BBQ Guru DigiQ. It should be fantastic to use and I hope to use mine soon. As I installed it earlier today, I found there were a few ways it might have been improved so I wrote the bbqguru guys with my suggestions. What the heck, perhaps they'll consider my ideas or your ideas, when they next make revisions. So, if anyone else is interested in having any improvements made to the DigiQ please post them here. Myself or someone can send the bbq guru guys a link to this discussion
These were my three requests or suggestions that I made to the bbqguruguys:
"(1) On the metal DigiQ Mount there are two diagonal groves cut out to accept the DigiQ on one end. Please consider similar dual groves cut out of the opposite end for mounting on two screws on a wood surface. However, I'm suggesting the groves form a small V at the innermost part of the grove. It would look like a check mark. These check shaped groves would allow the user to slide the DigiQ mount on and off at any time. The V or check shape would keep the mount from sliding off in error. A user could actually have a couple sets of screws at a couple different places so the DigiQ could be moved about the area.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
(2) Please consider adding a clear Plastic cover which slides over the DigiQ so as to keep rain off the unit. It would be good if it were long enough to cover the plugs that plug into the bottom. Or sell it as an separate item. For guys that do long cooks overnight, it would be great.
(3) Please consider selling protective shielding separately for the probe wires"
People say that Television is bad for you. It's that bloody Fridge, that's killing me.