During a recent trip to Texas, I ate BBQ in some high-powered locations: Sonny Bryans, Bill Miller's, New Zion Church in Huntsville, County Line, at a barbeque at Ross Perot's ranch, and at Colter's, a chain (I ate at the location near DFW.) The winner, no question, was Colter's. Fine brisket and sausage, excellent beans and other vegetables, the usual pickles-onions-peppers-sauce bar, good iced tea, and homemade yeast rolls. The best feature, however, is that they had a deal that for $10.99, it was all you can eat, anything in the restaurant (they had about 6-8 meats, sides like homemade french fries, onion rings, okra, beans, salads) and even cobblers. When I got home, I found they're a chain, although mostly just in Texas. I've eaten BBQ in lots of places, some from the "smoky grail," and this was the place I'd pick first to return to. I'm sure everyone in Texas will jump in with a place they like better, but I think Colter's is the best BBQ place I've ever eaten at. I even sent them e-mail asking to get us a franchise here in Florida!