So I just re-heated up some leftover chicken legs that I egg'd last night. I filled it up with about half capacity with lump coal, put the plate setter in feet up and let it burn off for 15-20 minutes. I couldn't for the life if me get the temp down below 400 with top and bottom vents barely open at all. It worked out great for a quick reheat, however it concerns me that my skill level of manipulating my temp for long cooks may not be good enough yet. I know the amount of coal plays a role, but what else is it that I need to do? I'm scared that if I don't get enough in there it may burn out too fast for a slow cook. On my Weber, adding coal is painful. Any suggestions here for using the appropriate amount of coal for different cooks? Thank you in advance.