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My brother has a nice "sterling" one.
In any case, choose stainless over anything else. Cast iron grates are much better then the
Side burners are a great option also. But this will depend upon just how much you spend using the grill. We burn food on ours all year round. We have natural gas line installed so no running to the store when the propane runs out in middle of steak dinner.
I spent around $700 for my grill, still looks good and other then the reflective burner trays burning out I have been pleased with the unit overall.
The brand I purchased was CharBroil brand. Got it at Home Depot.
One last suggestion. If your really into the higher end systems, you may want to consider a system that can be converted some day to a built in system. By removing the cart section of the BBQ and having a brick and block grilling area built, you can simply install this new unit into that configuration. We in fact did just that and it has been great. We also when we did our last renovation in our kitchen took our built in stove and cook top and custom built a cabinet on wheels to house it. Put a quick disconnect on the gas line and a cover that opens. So we now have a portable stove and oven that we use when we entertain a lot and need the extra cook tops. or oven to keep things warm. When were not using it we simply roll it into the storage shed.
This will be integrated into an "outdoor" kitchen area.