You should state your purpose for this pot. I've no experience with this particular one, but do have a 9 gallon Bayou pot and a 10.5 gallon (44 quart) Bayou pot. My observations:
1. The 9 gallon Bayou pot has funny riveted handles that slightly leak. Not really a problem, but I always noticed a small wort line on the outside of the pot at the rivet locations when done with a boil.
2. The bottoms are not exceptionally thick. Thick bottom pots are more expensive, and should distribute heat better. Not a problem with electric brewing, and I never noticed any carmelization with either of my pots while using gas, but that's the theory, anyway. My own thoughts are that you are boiling too hard if carmelization is a problem, anyway. They are less expensive by not being thicker and having a thick, heat distributing bottom.
Check out the referenced thread, for sure, but I don't think you will be disappointed.
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