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I own an XL would the adjustable rig be the best way to go for added cooking space. From what I can tell you also need to buy the cooking grids for the different levels is that true? Thanks all!
I have an adjustable rig for my large and I like it. Seems like the best way to add space and versatility to the egg. It does get expensive though as you start adding components, they have a starter set type set up that includes most of what you need but you may need to add a new grate to that (I don't remember exactly what was included in my set and what I added separately ... go to the website that sells it and they explain it pretty well).
I have an adjustable rig for my large and would definitely recommend it for getting more space or getting your food higher in the egg.
Tom offers a package that will give you the essentials you need to increase both the flexibility and capacity of your Egg. Give him a call....tell him you have a budget and he'll put together the package that suits your needs and your budget. You'll probably only buy it once, in that the gear is really well made.
Do what transversal says!
I went with the Woo3 and I'm very happy.
Pay a little more and get the adjustable rig over the woo. It is a lot more versatile. A friend of mind got the Woo and likes it, but regrets not getting the adj. rig.
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