The adjust a grill does pretty well for a " lightweight" pan. I have one for smaller trips. I have used it at least a couple dozen times on multi day trips over a few years and its holding tough for the most part. Mostly I attribute that to the care it has gotten.
The grill sags and is not ideal. I have found ways of mitigating it. The grill is not close to the full size of the pan so you lose quite a bit of real estate from pan to grill size. Its probably a 9 burger grill at best. If the trip is bigger than 6, I take the big pan. Six good size steaks will fill the thing up. The stake/ grill system is a good idea but has its flaws.
The sheet metal legs are flimsy and they can pinch the hell out of you if you arent careful closing it down or when cleaning it. Always nice to start rigging and row with fresh torn finger or palm skin!! I have been careful to not bend the legs and they close up on the pan pretty well. They could get bent pretty easily. The leg bottoms are sharp and they have put holes in the blanket. I do like the height of the pan.
There are no handles. Since there arent, you will get pinched or stabbed by the legs cleaning the thing at some point if you dont wear gloves. If you need to move the thing after it is burning, it sucks. I have moved it by the legs and was sketched out the few times I have done it. I have escaped un burned somehow. I dont know why i end up moving the fire but have done it several times for various reasons. It is easy with the cambridge. It would be easy enough to fab some removable handles for it. I havent but should. I ought to put that on my winter gear to do list, but i'm sure i wont..
The pan does have a floating bottom and the overall warping of the pan has been minimal despite quite a few pretty damn big and hot fires. Surprising really.
The bag is nice. I keep all the tools, chimney, blanket and sometimes even the woodland inside. The zipper is still working perfect though I have been careful to keep it sand free while opening and closing it. The bag keeps the boat clean and a little protected since there is some padding on the bag bottom and it keeps the sharp corners off the boat in general.
It hasnt started to rust to bad yet but i think it is on the way.
The pan isnt that light once you load it up with everything, but its lighter than the cambridge and nicer to carry.
If you want to abuse your pan you are better off with the cambridge. In fact, if you dont want to have to be careful with it, get it out and put it away yourself to keep from trashing the bag and zipper, watch over anyone who deals with it so they dont trash the bag and zipper or hurt themselves because they dont know about the quirks, you are better off with the cambridge.
This pan is ok once you learn its quirks and if you want to be aware that it is a little flimsy. If you treat it as such, it will last a good while. I would recommend it for small groups or people who are careful with their firepans. I have done a bunch of trips with the pan and it has worked fine, it just leaves some things to be desired.