http://store.summitracing.com/partde...62+4294863265+ http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku so what I'm thinking is I have this brinkmann 6330 "pro" propane grill, the "stainless steel" is of a high carbon/inferior grade and has started to rust as well as the black parts, I am considering sandblasting the whole thing and painting the bottom and lid of the grill with either the Clear or blue on the outside, the stand/cart bits would be gloss black. it would be completely disassembled to do that obviously, so it will be tedious, but we love the grill, but I can't stand the rust spots. clear coating the stainless is my first choice, as my wife and I like the look, but I'm afraid of what the clear will look like (glossing up the metal), and thats why I'm thinking about blue, its different enough that it won't look like polished brushed stainless, which means it would look normal and maybe a little snazzy. if I do the blue it will be clear coated as well. I am also a copper color for the dome, rated at 2000 degrees, its actually a exhaust wrap coating, but seemed perfect for the job. shown here. http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku P.S. we are celebrating its coming winter renovations by firing up a boneless lamb leg on its rotissire, I would smoke it, but I have to keep the grill for something.