No doubt! It looks like a nice little rig for the money for sure.
I grabbed a generic/universal roti-ring kit with counter-balance (nice to have) for my Weber 18 OTG about 7 months ago. Best $100 I ever spent (@ Amazon), and my favorite method for birds, bar none. Not a perfect fit with the Weber, but gaps between the ring and fire-bowl can be closed-up with foil. Charcoal fire and wood smoke with a rotisserie...how could it possible get any better? And, I can fit 2 yard-birds on one spit in the little 18 if they're under 9-10lbs total weight. I know where one of my next Thanksgiving birds are coming from...it should handle close to 12lbs and still have enough clearance for the lid and fire.
Got my vote. I'd like to see a roti-head forum to share our meals, too.
Hey, Tom, nice looking pork! Gotta do some hunks of meat on mine, too. There's nothing quite like that crispy, crunchy, golden-brown, slightly charred crust on nice pork or beef roast...gets me into that primal-mode of cooking and eating (simple, but, oh so satisfying). Don't forget to save the drippings for sauce/gravy.
Open fire is pretty awesome as well Eric!
I love it Case! Points!