He sent me a PM saying he will have them available in May, so there aren't any to test as far as I can tell. I do like the leg design since its seems like it would be sturdy. It has a similar design to the Tye Works one for the grill though.
Maybe he hasn't really started up so he hasn't started to look at this aspect of the business, but I'm not usually a fan of people circumnavigating the forum vendor system and sending stuff about their product to people asking about someone elses product.
As with the Tye Works one...I go back and forth on the whole "lightweight" think with a fire pan. It sounds great, but high heat and flat metal surfaces don't always play well and having a bit more thickness to the plate metal helps but drives up the weight too.
Thanks for the input from people so far...its definitely helpful.
edit: Looks like he is putting the competitors stuff through their paces and then some too... http://www.whitewaterworthy.com/seco...sed-equipment/