As pellet grill/smokers go, Camp Chef pellet grills out perform most others in their price class. They have two smoke settings, a low and a high, which I believe no other manufacturer uses. The low is heavy volumes of smoke at about 168F, the high is slightly lesser volume of smoke, more akin what other manufacturer's grills pump out, at around 230F. You can do great bbq with either.
Quality pellets will make all the difference in the end product. LumberJack (bbqpelletsonline.com) and Cookinpellets are the best ones I've found - they are the wood that they claim to be on the bag and are not made from bark scrap trimming like some other brands. Traeger pellets are complete over priced garbage - the are, at most, only 30% the wood advertised on the bag, the other 70+ is alder or oak, depending on where the mill is located. Their mesquite and hickory are 0% mesquite / hickory and rather just flavoring oils.