I have had a Signals for a while and it is reliable. The battery seems to last a long time and I haven't seen any degradation yet. I have however had two of the probes go bad. This may have been induced by my cleaning practices so probably no blame should be directed toward Thermoworks.
Did the °225 smoke until the roast reached 115°. Took it out and seared it in the Genesis then pulled off @125° and rested for 45 minutes. It paired well with cast iron garlic red potatoes. Didn't suck.
If you cook it any more done than rare/medium rare it will be tough, dry and taste like liver. Game meat can be a tricky one unless you do a pot roast type dish. You could also pound it and do a chicken fried steak.
We cook game at least twice a week. It's what's for dinner!
I am sure you have all done this. Chicken pot pie from Costco.
Into the Bull with it on the "smoke" setting for an hour. Then egg wash the top, plug in a temp probe and set the temp to 375° until 150° internal temp is realized. Now increase temp to 400° and pull off when 170° internal temp is...
I use grill grates and cast iron. Just depends on what I am cooking etc.. Always like to have a toolchest of different tools for the job. I reverse seared some chops on cast iron the other night and they were amazing.