From the time I opened the box I knew I wasn't assembling a typical grill. The quality is obvious from the get go. All the metal parts are not tin like but 1957 Chevy metal. The assembly went smooth as I did something new and followed the instructions. All the holes lined up and the machine grade nut and bolts let you know this grill is going to last. I was a bit skeptical about the wheels but they roll with little to no problems on my paver patio. This is the first grill that the flame level controls actually do more than full or low. My other concern was the size of the grilling surface. I have yet to wish it was bigger. I have been using it for several months and tonight was the first time for the side burner, again a control knob that works. The only issue is the tank hanger that lets you know the amount of gas in the tank is a little sketchy hanging the tank, however, it really really works and is worth the effort. The cover is nice but has me scratching my head as to why they are trying to make one size fits all, what's with the zippers? There has to be a better way!
If you are like me and live in a condo or have limited space and budget the Weber Spirit is the grill for you. It's a little higher priced than the Wally World grade but worth much much more and you will toss severally the others before this one starts to give you trouble. After all "It's a Weber"