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I can relate to one comment made....Someone said they got a headache thinking about all the pieces, combinations and parts of the AR. I also get a headache trying to decipher all the combinations and parts which may ultimately play into my decision.
The SR has 3 maybe 4 pieces as far as i can tell. Main Grate, top grate and pole. Like the Egg it is simple. I think the AR provides more flexibility and that is the reason I am still undecided.
Unfortunately I do not have any intentions of buying both.....not yet anyway.
I'll throw another variable in. When I got my large, I didn't buy a plate setter, I got Kamodo Joes version. It has a wire frame that holds a stone that fits in the large perfect. You can place it in the cut outs where the ps legs would go, or raise it up just a bit by putting it on the top of the flat of the fire ring. The stone can also sit low in the frame, our on top, so there are three heights of indirect you can set. Plus the frame can be used without the stone to do raised direct like the Woo. It is very easy to pull the indirect piece when hot after pulling the main grid. Felt guilty buying from the competitor, but has proven to be very flexible and gives great coverage avoiding hot spots. I also get grid and dome temps to match very quickly, so home made 2nd grid is same temp. Price was same as ps. Suprised more people aren't using it? I think it would work real nicely with a swing rack as well. Although I can see the attraction to an AR.
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