I had an older SideKick that came with a 2004 TT. I never used it until my old portable propane grill bit the dust. This SideKick was not very good IMHO. It had very uneven heating and was really messy to clean the accumulated grease out of the bottom as the "grease catcher" never worked. And I would get grease spatters on the RV siding. Hopefully the new RVQ grills work much better!
This spring I purchased and retro-fitted a Weber Q 120 grill to run off of the low pressure LP quick connect system on my trailer. (Once it quits snowing in the Midwest, I'll be able to cook with it.) Reviews on the Weber Q grills are really good.
'06 2500 Silverado 4X4, Duramax LBZ Diesel, Firestone air bags
'08 Tracker Pro Guide V-16 Boat
'12 Pinnacle 31RLTS