Anybody have a Wilmington grill? I've had a Holland grill for many years and way back then it was 420 dollar grill. It was a borderline insanity grill price. The Holland has one burner that burns at one setting. Wide open. The grill cooks at 400 degrees and you cook by time. Guaranteed no flare up. Well I'm retiring this baby today. I'm going to be ordering some parts for it and do a complete rebuild on it and use it at the shop and the pontoon boat. Today I'm getting a Wilmington grill. It's a copycat of the Holland but all heavy guage stainless down to the burners. This grill has two adjustable burners so you wont be cooking on time like the Holland necessarily. I was about 2 minutes from committing on a top of the line Jenn Air grill the other day and left my checkbook at home. Glad I did because about any grill you buy is a pain to keep clean enough where you dont have flare up issues. On the Wilmington and Holland grills there really isn't anything to clean other then a drip pan once in a while and the cooking surface. Even though the Wilmington is substantially more expensive then the Jenn Air I have to get it. If you ever cook on one of these no flare grills with a drain as you go drip pan it's hard to get away from the concept. Cooking chicken is a dream. Put it on leave it. You dont have to watch it. Just wondering if there are any Wilmington users and if they have developed any special recipes for the grill.