Pros:if you can't get gas or coal this is the way to go.
Cons:doesn't take a beating like higher grade electric grills.
if you live in an apartment complex this is optimal but there are many other electric grills out there so shop around. this is lightweight, nonstick (don't go crazy, the nonstick wont last long if you try to do any real live grilling) worthwhile if you don't grill alot. if you ebay this item please try not to pay more than $80 for the thing in total. if you go beyond that marker try to look for the more professional electric grills with surfaces that can take a beating. (try www.bbqguys.com for some rather elaborate models that are still quite affordable).
this grill is best for minimal grilling. for the more serious griller this is a good test drive if you're stuck in a complex where you can't have flame grills. but if you're more serious try shopping around there's thousands of electric models out there to choose from. but on a budget and a quicky fix this is the model to choose. it's large enough, it's a good height and if you treat the surface well it can last a couple of years (the surface that is) with heavy use.