I got this grill griddle as a gift from one of the people that we tailgate with. I always wanted to be able to make fish on the grill without it falling apart or getting stuck to the top of the grill. I had high hopes for this but there are some things that are almost impossible to cook on this type of griddle. Trying to get an even temperature is one of the tricky things that you have to deal with when using any type of griddle on a grill. Having the coals spread out evenly will help but if you are using a propane grill you can adjust the temperature a little more accurately. Because this had groves in it, most of the fat from hamburgers will drip down into them so there's less of a chance of a fire or flare up from the fat hitting the coals. The downside is that you don't have the same charcoal taste that you get when you grill directly on the grill grid. You can add a little flavor by putting the lid on the grill but it still isn't going to have the same taste. This is relatively easy to clean but if it is too large for your sink you will have to wash one side then flip it around and wash the other side. I have only used this in the kitchen a couple of times and wasn't really impressed with the results. I had to wait for the griddle to cool off before I could move it to clean the stovetop. Performance It is nice for tailgating to make sausage or hot dogs. Durability So far it hasn't shown any rust or signs of wear. Ease of Cleaning If you have a double sink in your kitchen you aren't going to be able to soak this so you will have to soak and wash one side then do the other side.