I use a Coleman Road Trip LX. Advantages: 2 burners, integrated water tray keeps all food moist and juicy and can cook for a crowd. Interchangeable grill/griddle. Disadvantages: heavy, shallow cover (can't stick a roast in there), integrated water tray is a PITA to remove when it had greasy water in it. I tap into a 20 lb tank.
I have the sidekick, but don't like cooking that close to my RV. I like to spread out: camper, firepit area, e-z up with eating and cooking area.
Thread is for propane: most of my cooking is wood or charcoal and its Weber all the way.
2015 Shamrock 231KSS, Oyster shell
2016 Chev Silverado LT Z71 Ext. Cab, 4x4, 5.3L V/8
Reese Straight Line WDH, 2000W Honda Gen.
2 Old Town kayaks & 2 Boston Terriers - Zoey/Gonzo
Lar & Ruth
55 nights camping in 2015, 45 in 2016