A suitable topic on 4/20 I think Since the new home's main indoor cooking appliance is now taken care of, and it will soon (please God) be warmer weather it's time to look outdoors. My FIL is a BBQ stud/hero/god and he uses a side-box equipped charcoal grill/smoker. So shall I. There are many versions out there (Char-griller, Char Broil etc) for <$200. Probably not much difference in quality: all made in China of thin steel so not very stable temps or durable. The Smoke Hollow dual-fuel 47180T combo is a cool idea. Gas for searing and grilling and charcoal grill and side box all for ~$350. http://www.olp-inc.com/smoke-hollow-wagons.php# I have the patio space, and the option of quick and easy gas grilling would be nice. Will check one out in person tonight at a local Gander Mountain. Then there's the similar Char Grill "Trio" for ~$350. Only seems to be available here: http://www.tractorsupply.com/lawn-garden/outdoor-living/outdoor-cooking/char-griller-reg-trio-gas-and-charcoal-grill-with-side-fire-box-4449832 Lowes carries the "Duo" version without a firebox for ~$300. No deal. Any other ideas or recommendations? Mostly would be grilling for just me and the wife, smoking larger quantities ~1-2/month and grilling for a larger group ~1/month. Obviously would like to avoid something that either won't work well (given practice and reasonable mods like sealing up minor air leaks, upgraded thermometer etc) or falls apart after a year or two. Don't want to get burned thanks!