Some years ago we bought a 'Cobb' BBQ. (Sorry I seem to be having problems getting a photo to copy across but just google 'Cobb BBQs') They certainly aren't a cheap option but it has proved to be worth its money as, despite regular usage, it's still in cracking condition. These are the same piece of kit that 'The Hairy Bikers' use for many of their outdoor sessions and really are an excellent little BBQ/oven. Made primarily from stainless steel, they can be table mounted as the outside of the body doesn't get hot. They can even be used indoors provided there's plenty of ventilation (& after the charcoal gets going). Big enough to feed 4 people easily and uses only a handful of charcoal for a couple of hours cooking. The dome makes them great for roasting and baking and the results have always been succulent. Cleaning them after use is probably the biggest problem. All the fat collects in an integral 'moat' and its easier to dispose of this with kitchen roll before emptying out the ash and giving it a scrub. We usually make up a few kits of charcoal and firelighters in a plastic bag to take with us and then use the bag for fatty kitchen role and ash after use. The whole kit goes in a purpose made bag for storage and takes up relatively little room. Is it 'over the top' for camping? Possibly so when there are so many other cheaper alternatives but they are good and we wouldn't like to be without it.