It isn't a secret that BGE's can clog with tiny bits of charcoal especially on a second or third cook without fresh charcoal. Most of us have a wiggle rod or solve the issue some other way. I found the issue to be especially true with the small as the "drain cover" that holds the charcoal off the bottom of the egg is tiny and has limited air holes. I have read the reviews of the High-Que charcoal grate replacement for some time and they were good. So, I bought two-- large and small. I didn't take any photos, but the product can been seen here.
http://www.high-que.com/Stainless-Charc ... B004XU1FES
I bought mine from Amazon and installed them last weekend. I used both the large and the small last weekend and had increased performance lighting as well as getting up to temp. I did a clean burn on the large after I grilled the chicken as the baste and drippings had, well, dripped. The temp stayed steady for about 2 hours and then trailed off. There is less unburnt charcoal from that burn than in previous similar burns.
There are more reviews and most of you with eggs may have already read them. I just wanted to toss in my 2 cents and say I agree and would recommend this product if asked.