There are a couple threads on that cooker. Most of the complaints were about the size(smaller than expected) and that the stand for the propane wasn't connected.
I don't think a permanent set up like that is really necessary if you're just starting outdoors. I use a small economical floor burner And a cheap wooden barstool for gravity-fed transfers. Set up is a cooler, a bucket what spigot, and my 10 gal stainless pot. I drain from the cooler to the bucket ( so I can continue heating water in my pot) and then ultimately drain from my bucket to my kettle. There still some lifting, but it's a much better experience than the sticky linoleum scenario I had with brewing in a kitchen.
Note: I brewed all-grain indoors replete with full boil volumes with a 10 gallon pot for 2 years before I saw the light. My wife has never been happier that there aren't scalded wort stains around the coils of the stove