The grill is an impressive addition to the backyard kitchen! it arrived well-packed on a pallet, weighing over 250# in the box. Expect to need 2 reasonably strong people to move and assemble it. Everything was well labeled for assembly, with took a little over an hour. Finish is good and it looks good when assembled. The kamado grills work best with lump charcoal, but use it very efficiently - especially for long smoking runs. I've cooked ribs and pork butts low and slow, pizzas and bread at high temperature and grilled chicken, vegetables and corn - and it did all modes well. Smoked pork loins and roast chicken are wonderfully moist and flavorful!
If I was buying again, I'd probably go for the more traditional slider vent rather than the Pro with its large ash pan and starter door. While these are nice features, it is harder to shut the air flow right down for low temperature smoking/ slow cooking, due to significant air-leaks around the large metal lower assembly. I finally modified it a little by flattening any high areas on the silicone around the metal and drilling and tapping two holes for thumbscrews to pull the assembly tight onto the gasket and cut those leaks down to a minimum. Now, I can hold 180-220 degrees for an overnight smoking run on one charcoal load and still have charcoal left at the end.
I have not tried the gas adapter as yet, but it looks well-made. Along with the gas adapter comes a round lava rock deflector for indirect grilling - and it is great with charcoal too. For low/slow, use a water bath above it - a foil dish works fine. If you want to do bread/pizza, you'll need a separate pizza stone to lay on top of the upper grill rack. If you want to use the electric fire-starter, it comes separately but is cheap and effective for getting a grilling fire going quickly and cleanly.