Well this is what sparked my vendor venture here. I wanted a grill I could use with my current squirrel cookers, and after some thought this is what I came up with. Its about 50" of 1/4" mild steel coil into a grill about 5 1/2" - 6" in diameter and about 18" long over all. It slips onto 1/4" round supports, and can be adjusted up or down or rotated as need. The weight on the grill locks it in place, release the weight and it can moved. Its light weight, compact and very serviceable for personal meals. To accompany it, I also have made 1/4" square cookers with a fork and pot holder on the opposite end. The square stock allows them to be rotated 1/4 turns while cooking. The first ones I made were 27" and 19", but could easily alter the length. I am also considering going with a single long skewer rather than the pot holder. I'd like to hear your thoughts on this mod or others. Customization and collaboration are welcome. Grill Grill and 27" cooker Field testing, it passed I like the light weight nature of this set up, 1 lb 7oz for 27" and 1 lb 5 oz for 19" , but it does have its limitations. It'll handle a light weight pot and could cups of water no problem, a quart is pushing things, if you would like something out of bigger stock to handle bigger cooking chores, I could accommodate that too. I'll be posting updates here and in the classifieds - don't be shy about giving me your feedback and suggestions or requests. You can post here or PM me if you would like to get on the list. I will be making more this weekend.