Since my brother has the Weber Silver B grill I purchased a Weber Q200 on whim knowing how well Weber grills are.
Recommend this product?
I admit that I was skeptical of the units size when I assembled it with only a Phillips screwdriver. I was thoroughly satisfied with the cooking results. There seemed to be a cold spot near the front where the chicken cooked but didn't brown. Not a big deal. I was able to cook eight chicken breasts, six hamburgers, and four hot dogs at once without any problem.
I bought my unit from Home Depot where the difference from Weber's description was that mine had a bare cast iron grate vs. porcelain as described. The salesman also recommended the adapter hose for the larger 20 lb. LP tank for longer cooking time. He claims about 2hrs on the smaller bottles.
It is very well designed with exception to iron for the grill surface. This material is fine for a stationary unit, but this item alone weighs as much as the remainder of the unit. I would like to see Weber's Stainless Steel grates for this in the future. This would make it even easier for carry transport. I also like how the grill surface is lower than the rim so a runaway hotdog won't go overboard.