Sure. They benefit. Don’t disagree. But they benefit the least, because they cook too quickly.
Completely disagree! BBQing sausages and burgers also adds that extra charcoal smokey flavour to sausages and burgers too
Got a Biloxi Smoker BBQ from homebase outlet for 56.20. on Amazon it's around 150. It seems good quality as a BBQ waiting on wood delivery to see what it's like as a smoker. Metal is quite thick kept in the heat nicely whiles bbq'ing. Think I need to seal up some of the edges for proper smoking though as could see smoke escaping but that will be the same for most smokers unless you pay hundreds.
Best BBQ cover I've come across was in the Factory Shop for £3. As big as the £10 Asda one suggester here if you can get your hands on one.
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CPL-24kg-Restaurant-Grade-Hardwood-Lumpwood-Charcoal-Garden-BBQ-Barbecue-Grill/332223080435?epid=883480247&hash=item4d5a09e7f3:g:cPUAAOSwsXFZGtqQ This charcoal is really good. Cheaper than supermarket stuff and nice big lumps. Burns well for a long time and has good flavour.