Out of the box it's got a good feel to it. Not heavy cast plate, but 2-3mm laser cut steel. Excellent tolerances - no gaping holes or misaligned doors or panels. Weighs about 10Kg.
Nice little touches like a spring ball on the leg locking pins.
Set it up on a plinth to give me a bit of height. It's only 500mm from base to stove top. The legs are zipped tied down and the grids are screwed down to those hefty oak bearers I had lying around.
Flue's pieces are swaged and go together well.
Get a good burn on quickly - doesnt like to tick over with a large log in their, really prefers smaller pieces but it can be run a bit slower than afterburner setting. The relatively thin stove top gets the heat through to the pan quickly and boiled a trangia kettle in <6mins. It's going to come in use on some camping/forestry trips in the near future thanks to another very recent acquisition which I'll post about another day
Snug as a bug in the workshop now. The missus wont see me till hibernation is over...