i have 2 of the competitor models 20". found both on craigslist. these had an ashpan which all though convenient, doesn't seal up as well as it could. note piece of wood under ashpan to help it seal. i just adjust my split size to get the required temps. i will probably do away with the ash pan on the older one, as the pan is pretty well rusted out, and put a solid sheet of curved 3/16 steel in the bottom of the firebox. these do have all stainless doors, trim, prep table, handles, and pull out grease drain tray. for my purposes they work well. gave $280 for one that had been used about 3 times ( still had label on prep table), and $200 for the one with a little rust, which just needs a little crisco. they both came with 3 stainless steel charcoal pans and grates each for grilling in the main chamber. they are 3/16" steel which should last me 'till i can afford a lang.