I found a great deal on the BS griddle and I'm fixing to pull the trigger on getting one due to how much food can be cooked in one fell swoop on the 36", but my biggest question: What is so great about it compared to just cooking on a cast iron griddle on the stovetop in the house? Does it get much better than a conventional indoor stovetop? I plan on using my Blackstone in the garage (doors open, vehicles outside, of course.) I see that the 36" has a combined 60,000 BTUs with all four burners... is that a huge advantage over indoor stovetop cooking? Thanks.