I'm a 12-month griller, shovelling a path through the snow onto the patio when necessary.
I'm old and lazy and bought a gas DuCane grill 20 years ago when I wasn't old, but already lazy. I liked the rotisserie with its own rear burner. I replaced the entire insides about 9 years ago. If you want parts at good prices for almost any grill, seewww.barbecuerenew.com
I was about to do it again, but walked by a really BIG gas grill at Sam's Club a few weeks ago, and was hooked. For $600, it's a 3-burner, 25" x 32", 54,000BTU unit, mostly stainless top and cabinet, with a rotiss and 10,000BTU infra-red rear burner, a side burner, cabinet below, four locking casters, spice holder on the right shelf, and full weather cover.
Couldn't resist. Gave the DuCane to my son.
Still learning to use the thing. I'm happy with soaked chips in a stainless pan for flavor.
One thing, though, this thing uses gas like crazy, although I think one burner at a time will be more economical.