Have you guys seen these things? They look prettty great. I'm on the market for a new grill. Kamado is the trade name of a U.S. company which sells a charcoal fired ceramic oven based on traditional Japanese rice cooker designs. The primary culinary advantage of a Kamado style cooker over the typical American barbecue is the heat retention property of the ceramic. The Kamado is capable of "low and slow" cooking at 200 degrees F for more than 10 hours on a single load of charcoal. By simply adjusting the dampers, the same barbecue may be used for flash broiling at temperatures in excess of 700 degrees F. This flexibility provides the outdoor chef with nearly limitless possibilitiesnot only for truly superior BBQ cooking, but also for the preparation of ethnic dishes that aren't otherwise possible without traditional cooking utensils.