Our 832IKBS came equipped with the outside grill and shelf that clip to a rail on the DS. I like the Quick disconnect gas fittings and the fact that it is already plumbed, but after using it a couple times on our first outing, I determined that it is a terrible idea to grill right next to the side of the camper as well as under the awning.
I don't want to have to clean all that greasy smoke residue off anything. (And it really doesn't grill terribly well in any case.)
I figured there had to be a better use for that thing and I really wanted a stove outside so we would not have to cook in the trailer all the time.
I looked around and found a reasonably cheap 2-burner gas stove on Amazon and when it arrived I gutted the gas grill, cut up the gas stove and mounted the burners in the grill shell.
(Fair warning, Jesse James, I'm not so the metal work is more than crude.)
It works like a champ. Coffee, breakfast, whatever, it cooks well and no more ludicrous smoke under the awning. It even still fits in the carry bag.
I need to add some combing to the edges of the burner controls as though I de-burred and rounded them you really don't want to bump into them.
It certainly ain't pretty, but I'm all about function over form so it works for me.
Current vehicle list: 16 Flagstaff 832IKBS, 14 RAM 1500 4x4 Hemi 3.92 Bilsteins!, 04 Dodge Ram SRT-10 40,000 miles, 03 Dodge Stratus Coupe R/T 225,000 miles, 97 F150 4x4 5.4L 235,000 miles, 80 Firebird Esprit (drag only), 78 Harley Davidson FX 79,000 miles dad bought new, 71 El Camino ZZ3 TH400 12-Bolt, 37 Ford 3 window 502 Chevy dad built