I love my Egg. However, I'm not impressed with BGE accessories. I think they missed that whole matrix. The plate setter is a good example. It's kind of limited and doesn't allow for much set up variation. Their rib rack is sophmoric, and so on. When I look at their accessories I don't see much that I need or want. And cost seems pretty high, even for the lump.
The CGS adjustable rig is a nice example of non-BGE accessories that hit the mark. Not cheap. But good quality and much variation. Customer delight.
The kamado grill being sold at the local Costco, although I don't like the grill itself as much as the Egg, it has what appears to be a pretty nice array of internal accessories (INCLUDED).
In many industries the philosophy is to sell you the main system (i.e. the 'grill') at cost, or sometimes even a loss, so that they can sell you the accessories that go with it, which is where they're really going to make their money. BGE does not seem too interested in that.
And. You would think that BGE would offer not only size options but say three equipment options like you typically see on cars, a basic (what you see today), a well equipped (say a nest, an AR, temp probe) and a luxury model (well equipped + BBQ guru, temp probes, wi-fi capability, etc.). They miss the high-enders who would point at a luxury model and say "deliver it" ready to go.
(This has been an unpaid service announcement for the improvement of BGE accessories targeted at the BGE to step it up.)
Back to my coffee .....