So my POS Kenmore grill we bought 7 years ago is toast. Or at least, the burners are (holes the size of quarters). It doesn't make sense replacing them. Any advice for what to look for in a new grill? I don't need a large surface. Mostly I make 2-4 steaks at a time (the two-year-old is a ravenous carnivour). I'm staying cheap, say $250-300. I could be convinced to go to $400 if it was worth it. I need propane. I'd love to find the grill that eschews worthless features (side-burner? really?) but is built with the right materials. Any ideas? I could do my usual of scouring the internet for reviews (and probably will ) but MR has never let me down before. Plus this way we can discuss steak! Lately I've been loving the ribeye. Fatty and delicious!