It's cooling off and things have slowed down a little so today I got to do something I have wanted to work on for a while. I make a Viking Style spit and really like it for at home or in camp use, but its simply too heavy to travel with. I wanted to make a smaller A frame "grill" that could actually be taken camping. Today I tried a couple versions and am very pleased with this one, although there is always room for improvements. This grill uses 24" long x 1/4" support bars to minimize weight and the legs are I believe 3/16 x 1/2 (it was material I had on hand) and also started as 24" long. The total set is pictured with 6 13" grill bars weight ~ 5 lb 4 oz. I will probably add a couple more grill bars for a total of eight, this will increase the weight a little. I have not made a spit for it as of yet, and not sure if I will, but the grill is very versatile as is. I'm sure I am biased but I really prefer this style of cooking set up that does not have to be driven into the ground, because I can set it up anywhere, even if it's rocky, and I can move it about. It can be set on or off the fire, or moved closer or further away. I'm still not ready to start taking custom orders just yet, or to fully open the order books, but will probably make a few of these if there is interest. Either way, I'd like to hear your feedback. The assembled grill - it stands about 21 inches tall. The bottom support bars are ~ 7" above the ground. I am pretty confident this is more holding capacity than would likely ever be actually used if camping, but wanted to see how it handled a heavy load. The top 1/4" bar swayed slightly, but no problem. Just a couple shots of the rolled eyed and hot punch holes for the support bars. To increase the stability of the legs I peened and widened the material before forming the eye. and lastly all of the pieces for the grill. They can be easily held in 1 hand, and would fit very nicely in a canvas roll or bag, something I hope to offer one day.