Lets go camping once my camper arrives and I'll show it to you.
Among its good features are the optional stowage bag, which I highly recommend. It has thick fiberglass on the inside so you can stow the grill hot. As in - take the food off, leave the charcoal burning inside, fold it up, drop the grill in the bag and stow it for travel. I've stowed it in my popup trunk and the back of my truck, but would not stow it hot in an SUV because of potential CO emissions. The pocket on the bag is deep enough for a pair of long tongs.
The grill is big enough to cook four large rib eye steaks or six to eight strip steaks. You can easily grill steaks and veggies or potato wedges for two.
2012 Rockwood A122S
2008 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4X4
Former owner of a 2002 Coleman Niagara GTE