I've made ribs this way a few times. Maybe it's my slow cooker but I've found it takes less time than the original recipe calls for, I guess you need to know your equipment. As soon as the ends of the bones begin to stick out from the meat, I know they're done. Any more and they'll totally fall apart. Finish them off in the oven OR on the grill (low heat) and you'll have delicious, falling-off-the-bone ribs every time. Try a spice rub first, experiment with different BBQ sauces until you get it to your liking.
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I've made ribs this way a few times. Maybe it's my slow cooker but I've found it takes less...