Here is the rest of the day, It was as epic as planned and more importantly I didn’t get security up asking about a smoker and I checked with some neighbours and they couldn’t smell it. Stealth condo smoking is here to stay!
Thanks, all - really appreciate all the kind and encouraging words. I've been away on business the past few days and have yet to put Darth through his cooking paces. I thought I'd get the burn-in out of the way before I do my first cook. Just finishing that this evening (took a while longer than expected, but that's a whole other thread...)
My favorite roaster in Salt Lake City, Jack Mormon Coffee (their motto is "we're on a mission") uses a bank of five or six small roasters that look like oversized blenders. I think the maximum they can do is a kilo at a time. I would bet you could find them for sale with a little research.
Okay, this was actually much, much simpler than it sounded as my wife relayed what she thought Dennis told her. In actuality, it is one simple motion: grasp either side of the table close to the body of the KK and pull straight up. The table lifts out of the bracket (it would have been a LOT easier to install if I had known they come apart: some instructions or a simple schematic in the shipping package might be a good idea) and stores inside the 32" KK. No big deal at all. Mystery solved.