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To XL Users--[p]I was at the ATL corporate store last week and they had the plate setter in between the top collar and the firebox. That seemed to me to limit the amount of charcoal one could place in the XL. Especially on a slow cook.[p]Soooo---When doing a slow cook (butts for 20 hours) do you find placing the plate setter in between the fire box and the collar works best or do you simply place the plate setter inverted on top of the collar? If on top of the collar how do you elevate the butt so the smoke flows to the underside? I thought about elevating with a drip pan but again I sense the heat and smoke are not maxed out due to airflow. I only have one ribrack and am firing two cookers. If I had two ribracks problem solved but not for now.[p]Thanks