I don't like using the inverted plate setter for use with higher temperature and shorter time indirect cooks. Fuel consumption is high, and the egg responds sluggishly to vent changes. I'm playing with a indirect set-ups that are smaller and less massive than the inverted plate setter. Putting the BGE grid on the fire ring with a drip pan and then cooking on an elevated grid above it works, but the drip pan gets too hot and the grease smokes. I'm using a 10" cake pan as a drip pan, don't want to use the 14" pizza stone under the cake pan because that defeats the purpose of trying for a smaller footprint in the egg. Don't have a 10" pizza stone. Was considering a 10" circle out of aluminum flashing, putting my copper elbows on that, and then the drip pan on the elbows. No ceramic mass, but maybe I don't need ceramic mass for this use.[p]Your thoughts?