Did you go gas or charcoal...?
It’s nice being able to pop the lid back on and not have to worry about cleaning fat and grease on a camping trip.
Then fire it up next time, lid on for 20 mins and give it a scrub with a wire brush, job done.
Ours is still going after 30 years use.
It has handles at each end which makes it easier to re-position the BBQ when in use, Weber in their ultimate wisdom have recently removed the handles. Presumably a cost cutting exercise.
Cooked all sorts of things including a sponge pudding.
Possibly needs to be retired now, like me it's showing it's age.
I got one with handles....not used as much now I have the bush pig.
A handy mod is to take a hacksaw/dremmel to the grill and cut it into 2 pieces. Once done the grill sits nicely in the body for storage and you can also fit a small chimney starter, coals etc in the body.