I just received Brinkmann's 815-4005-S Outdoor Cooker Stand and am pretty happy with it. I ordered it from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...ls_o00_s01_i01
) with free shipping for just $50 and received it quickly and undamaged.
Construction is easy and the instructions are straightforward. I used an electric screwdriver and socket wrench and it only took 20 minutes from start to finish. It's pretty light (I can carry it around with one hand) yet sturdy.
I broke it in using 5 gallons of water in an uncovered 40 qt heavy aluminum stockpot and it took the water from 72F to boiling in only 19 minutes. The boil didn't slow down even when small to medium wind gusts came through. This was only at about 75% power since I didn't want to crank it on its first run out, but I did max it out for the last minute and it's almost scary (100,000 BTUs tends to do that
I've used various cookers for other things like crawfish and lobster boils, but this unit gets much hotter than any I've used at a really good price.
Here are a couple pictures I've taken with a 12oz bottle to get an idea of the size. I really like this unit and would recommend it to anyone looking to get away from the agony of using an electric stove (as I so desperately did) for a decent price.