We chose this grill because we didn't want to spend a lot right now, but also didn't want the far low-end grill that would rust out quickly. It has a decent quality look to it and is respectably stable. The cabinet doors are a nice upgrade from the kind with the front panel - it's much easier to get to the tank, and the tools can be stored inside. Of course, it still has a small grease cup hanging under the burners, so anything in the cabinet is prone to getting greasy. We've only had it a few weeks now but so far so good.
This product rusted out after 2 years. It was always covered and kept inside the garage all winter. You should either spend more and buy a Weber or spend way less and be ok with it rusting out. I think all of these mid-level price grills are the same. They are made to look nice but internally they don't have the high grade stainless that Weber's have.
easy to assemble, works better than expected, and love the sear burner