I just saw an infommercial for a portable gas grill called the "Q" grill, and laughed my butt off.
It is a little collapsable grill that weighs about 10 pounds, uses propane bottles that look like the ones used in Coleman camp stoves, and looks like a rocketship or something.
Throughout the show, they carefully badmouthed every other type of grill on the market, using actors to make the others look so terribly difficult to use that the "Q" is the only logical choice. As with most gas enthusiasts (and I apologize in advance,) their main talk is about speed. If speed is the main criteria for your choice of equipment, do what the guy in Indiana did. He put a whole bag of charcoal in a square grill, dropped a match in the center, then dumped a bucket of liquid oxygen on it. The entire load of charcoal was lit in SIX SECONDS! Unfortunately, it also totally melted the grill.
Now, I admit to being a major charcoal fan, as food cooked on gas grills, to me, always tastes rubbery. (You notice I said, "to me.)
This toy-like "BBQ Grill" has what they claim is a $219 MSRP, but buying it through the infommercial, it is only 4 payments of $33.00 plus s/h. I am sorry, but for over $135, I will go to Wally World and get the $98 vertical smoker, then swing by the Beverage House for a few sacks of charcoal.
Whether one uses charcoal or gas or even electricity, I salute anyone who thinks the "Q" is a huge waste.