My neighbor just got one and I can only say, the Weber Summit S-670 grill looks very nice, but grills even better. For starters, Weber loaded this grill with literally everything you can think of. Summit S-670 comes with 6 primary burners with 60,000 BTU, 12,000 BTU flush-mounted side burner, 10,600 BTU infrared rear-mounted rotisserie burner, 10,600 BTU dedicated sear burner and 8,000 BTU smoker burner with its own stainless steel smoker box. Altogether you have 10 burners equipped with Snap-Jet individual burner ignition system, and 10 lighted knobs for precise cooking control. The 769 square inch cooking area consists of 624 primary and 145 square inch warming rack areas. With all that, you will feel guilty, if not grilling every day of the week. Other important features include stainless steel shroud with polished handle and trim, a center-mounted thermometer, accent-colored cast-aluminum end caps, enclosed cart with painted steel doors and chrome plated cast-aluminum handles, spit fork rotisserie attachment with heavy-duty motor, thick stainless steel rod cooking grates and flavorizer bars. The Weber Summit S-670 also comes with heavy-duty front locking and back swivel casters and costs around $2,300. Weber Grills. Previously, Weber Genesis Series grills.