We smoke a lot of pork. The Boston Butt meat itself would be very tough cooked most ways, however, cooked slow smoked on the Kamado Joe for a few hours and finished in the oven low and slow, makes these Boston Butts break up and fall apart without having to pull them apart. The trick is to rub them in advance (24 hours is ideal). Some people finish them after they come out of the oven wrapped in moist towels and place them in a warm cooler before pulling the meat apart. This method is perfect for a tailgate!
Boneless is best, Costco usually has them, however, they do go on sale at the local supermarkets also.