Two points for those that bag on the name of the cooker:
1) I think the original guys name was "Hastings", which is part of the reason the cooker is a "Hasty Bake".
2) Been around since the 40s. Longer than Weber. Longer than a bunch of the offset makers that get all the plaudits. It's a good company with a good history.
FTR, I have never had a Hasty Bake, and probably never will, but I sure can appreciate them.
Lastly, Just 'cause I have an oven indoors, doesn't mean I don't want one outdoors. I am strange maybe, but I really like cooking outside, and do it every chance I get ......