I bought masterbuilt's butterball branded indoor turkey fryer and used it during Thanksgiving. It's a little smaller than the one you're mentioning, but probably uses the same heating element, becuase you can't go but so big on 120V/15A.
It worked great for the turkey, much easier than my gas-fired model (which is now used for beer brewing). The temperature control was accurate enough when heating oil (+/- 5 degrees), but waaaaaaaaaaay off (+/- 40 degrees) when heating water.
I also used it to steam 5 lbs of clams, for which it worked great. I think both models are universal fryer/boiler/steamers.
The one I have is essentially a big honkin fry daddy in a nice case with a temp control and timer. ( http://www.amazon.com/Masterbuilt-20.../dp/B002JM1ZMY
) I was able to get it at a pre-T-day sale for $99 at Academy Sports.
It took about 35 minutes for the oil to come up to frying temp (375) which is the max setting on the model I have.