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I like the bull internal probes but by no means trust them inherently. If you do other briskets without rotation that A5 wouldnt need it either. Just know that is going to play different than any other one you have done up to that point. Have other probes you completely trust and minimally have a great instant read.I also have a 700$ A5 Wagyu brisket that me and 10 of my buddies all threw in on, and I plan on cooking for an "end of summer" party after I start nailing regular briskets with my eyes closed. For cooks like this, I wwant to reallllly be precise. I think for the A5, I'll probably rotate it every hour.