Hmm, a Weber q was on my radar but I wasn't too impressed with the build quality. I'll give them another look. The camping use is a big plus. Though I can see myself needing to cook for +12 people at times (big family).
In that case, a Q2200 is also portable with a lot more cooking space and will feed that many.
Get a sizzle hotplate for it rather than those oissy little brekkie plates as they are easier to remove from the bbq when yyou're through with using it.
Don't be worried with the quality of the Weber Q's, i'm pretty rough with mine and it takes it in it's stride. Also those plastic tables that people get worked up about are much stronger than you think.
ii've never had one snap yet.
I've had all 3 sizes...the baby 100 series, 200 series and now the family Q and love it.
They have a 5 yr warranty and it's definatly warranted by Weber Australia who stand behind their product 100%.
Ya just can't go wrong!!
If I'd knew I was gonna live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself-(Waylon Jennings)