I couldn't afford the Weber or Jennaire.
It's a Brinkman 2600. You get them at Lowes. $400.
Man was the box HEAVY!
It has 4 cast iron burners, ceramic coated grills and flame spreaders and a an electric starter. Press the button and tic, tic, tic.
That's the only way to go. I got tired of replacing the grill every couple of years. I sent my son Nick out and told him to get one of those real heavy duty ones. It will probably outlast me. It's similar to the one you show here.
Check out this new cooker I made. I put a thermostat and safety valve on it. That way it will kick on the gas burner when the charcoal burns down to the set temperature. That way I don't have to stay up all night feeding the charcaol and messing with the vents. I am in the process of making another with some extra features that have been suggested.
It has a pilot light inside firebox. It heats a
thermocouple that holds open the safety valve. If the pilot light were
to go out, the thermocouple cools down and shuts all gas off within 30-40 seconds. I'll post picture after I do ribs on Friday. I found a rib
rack on Wednesday in the warehouse that holds 15 racks of ribs.
Here is a picture of the set up with a thermocouple/pilot system.
The cooker can be used with a charcoal grate in place of the stainless
wood chip box. That way when the charcoal burns down the thermostat will kick the burner on and hold the cooking chamber at a nice low temp.