i'm going to try your recipe
Both of those turned out well. They were fairly mild and suited my wife just right. As for me, I would leave them in the marinade for another day. Here's one of my favorites
, and it's really simple. Be sure to try some like this in your next batch: Very lightly oil the meat with any vegetable oil, then sprinkle it liberally with McCormick Montreal Steak seasoning. Put it in a Ziploc bag, squeeze out the air, and leave it in the fridge overnight. Before putting it in the smoker, lay the strips on a paper towel to dry a bit.
And here's another thought. I bought that roast for $2.59 a pound because it was in the market's "marked down for quick sale" bin. If I had thought of it at the time, I could have brought it to the butcher's area at the back of the store and asked someone to run it through a slicer to make 1/4" slices. They usually do that willingly and it would have saved me a bit of work.