I use the 3 burner "turbo" gas grill sold by Barbeques Galore. It's really heavy duty but not cheap - current price around $600. But you get what you pay for. You will need to replace a $200 gas grill every few years. Mine is 14 years old and still going strong. It uses heavy cast stainless steel burners (not sheet metal bladders poked with holes) under a very heavy cast iron grill with thermal rocks buffering between. They give a great warranty and I was able to do a major parts-swap one month before the warranty ran out. It's a good place to do general cooking on hot nights when you don't want to heat up the kitchen - with 3 gas burners you can use it as a stove as well as grilling. I used it to cook after the 1989 earthquake when we were without power for a few days - it's a great kitchen backup during emergencies. They are convertable between bottled propane and house natural gas if you run natural gas out to the patio. EDIT: see end of thread. Barbeques Galore went chap. 11 in 2008.