I'm thinking about getting a kamado style grill. Seem to be lots of options out there, the most popular is the Big Green Egg. But also Primo, grilldome, kamado joe, etc. I like the Big Green Egg, but it seems like they nickle and dime you for everything. It looks like at the local dealer, a large BGE, kart, shelves will run about $1000. Plus, you've got to buy the little tools like the charcoal scraper, plate setter, extra grill layers, etc. Other grills, like the Kamado Joe are closer to about $800 for the same setup. Lastly, there is another grill, called the BubbaKeg that is the same type of system, but instead of ceramic, it is basically a insulated stainless steel keg. The kicker with this one is that you can get it from Home Depot online for $599 including free shipping. Comes with rolling kart stand, side trays, 2 cooking grills, and a hitch carrier (yes, you read that right). Really good deal, but I am not sure about the longevity of the unit. Will the metal rust out over time? How sturdy/well built is the unit? Will the insulation burn out over time? They have a forum, and from the posts I've read, people love them, but really no idea about the durability over time. Nonetheless, the pricing makes it extremely attractive, and the fact that it is lighter than ceramic could also be an advantage. Anyone have any experiences with any of these BGE alternatives? Or is it best to just stick with the BGE.