A fine Appliance
A fine piece of equipment, well worth the price. The unit lacks a drip/spill tray, so spill management should be built into cabinet design. Out of the box, a boil over will end up in the cabinet below. Fortunately for me, a design change left enough room for me to fabricate a removeable tray, much like the drip pan in the DCS, or any high end grill.If you are building an outdoor kitchen DO NOT go with a BGB48 (built in burners), I love having the space between the grill and the burners, and wish I had even a little more room. The extra $ for the separate components are worth it.Other shortcomming for my installation was stainless burner cover does not attach to the unit. In my occasional high wind area, I can picture the cover sailing across the grill (scratching it of course), over the fence, and landing upon the neighbor's BMW. A "permanant" custom sized cutting board topper fixed that concern.I've not perfected the slow simmer yet, but that's a function of a 15k+ BTU burner, I had the same challenge with a home Wolfe. A boiler plate fixed that.If you are looking at the single burner, "Why buy one when you can have Two at Twice the Price?" Rings true, you will use it, and be glad you went first class.You cannot go wrong with [...]. They gave excellent service from start to finish, covering manufacturers problems, my mistakes, and more.