As you can see we all have opinions about the grills we own (and you know what they say about opinions ).Agreed, thanks!
No one's goal is to "push" one grill or another, but rather to answer your questions and concerns that you've expressed, and to share what our experiences have been.
I personally own two different pellet grills and have cooked on a few others. Each has it's own pros/cons, and there are reasons why they're priced where they are.
So keep asking questions, do your research (including Hub's articles), decide what's most important to you: quality, price, capacity, accessories, where it's made, customer support, etc. Then you'll be better equipped to make the best decision for your wants/needs.
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