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I think your last sentence sums up why many people have issue with the XXL cost. 2 XL's will give you a cooking area of 904 inches, and 2 XL's are still considerably less $$ than one XXL. So in this case you get far more pizza for far less money by ordering two of the smaller ones .rtt121 said:I agree that I do not need an XXL. But I might provide some positive logic for the XXL....A 16" pie is a lot more pizza than a 12" pie.. almost always a better value. The extra inches in diameter do not scale linearly. The area of a circle is A=π(r)² . So your XL egg 24" cooking grid gives you an area of 452" but the extra 5 inches gives you an area of 754".nealcr1 said:Not me. You only get 5 more inches in diameter, but 4k more? Just 3-4 XL's for the same price.The extra 5 inches is 30% more inches in diameter but it is almost 70% more cooking area.BUT. A pizza 16 vs 12 is not the same price difference as a XXL vs XL BGE.