For Baby basck ribs, I have been putting my platesetter upside down, then the cooking grid, and the v-rack inside the drip pan (on top of grate.) I line the drip pan with foil (for easy cleanup) and put some water in it.[p]I have the BGE inverted v-rack with drip pan for ribs, but I have found that you have to cut the slab long enough where the ribs don't fall in the drip pan. On the other hand, the slab cannot be too long ot it will be laying over the cooking grid.. This cause my dilemma and you invariably get short pieces of slab left over.[p]Since I am using the platesetter and cooking them 4-5 hours at 230 or so degrees, would I even need to use the drip pan.... or the v-rack?? Does it need any kind of liquid in there to keep them moist? Will I lose that by laying the ribs directly on the cooking grid??[p]Will appreciate your input... I cannot be Eggs Ackley right, but I like great ribs!!