We bought our JayFeather used, and although it had the grill bracket and gas hookup, the actual grill was not included. We bought a very lightly used RVQ on ebay, and use it often. It is a relatively low output grill, but is fine for doing steaks, chops, fillets, or gas dogs for the two of us. If there was a crowd, we would need a bigger grill. We have an aluminum griddle that we can put on for bacon, eggs, pancakes, etc. It would be nice to have a burner, but ours doesn't have that option. It sits about 6" or more out from the side of the trailer, and so far heat has not been a problem.
We carry charcoal, and will use the fire pit if the campsite has one, but just don't want to use our limited storage for carrying a charcoal grill around.
Bill and Kate
Stone Harbor, NJ
2005 Jayco Jay Feather 29N (Salty Dog House)
2005 Ford/Quigley 4x4 E350 Van 6.0 TD (Moby)
Reese Pro Series SC Hitch