When doing a quick, high temp sear, such as with tuna, has anyone tried getting the grid closer to the coals by placing the grid on the firebox. (Meaning removing the ceramic spacing ring that normally sits on the firebox). Will the grid fit as the BGE tapers down a bit at this point? I realize you can accomplish what I am describing by putting more lump in the egg, therefore getting the coals closer to the grid, but for two 6-8 oz. tuna filets that will sear in only a couple of minutes, this seems like a waste of lump as well as a bit longer process for all the coals to light. Any thoughts?