The Talos Outdoor Cooking Suite cannot be called a grill. This stainless-steel outdoor grilling system is better equipped than many professional kitchens are. It offers 42-inches of grilling space and 75,000 BTUs of total cooking power. The 20,000-BTU searing station includes a commercial-style griddle and the ceramic infrared rotisserie can easily fit entire, large roasts. In addition to packing some impressive firepower, the grill can maintain specific temperatures for extended periods of time. For example, with the hood down, it can double as an oven, steadily holding a temperature of 350F (or any other temperature). The unit has tons of storage space, a warming drawer, a solid-wood cutting board and a bartender module, which features a full sink and cooler well. Customizations are also available to suit your particular needs.
The only drawback, aside from the $35,000 price tag, is the tremendous amount of energy it uses. Talos buyers have been known to run a separate gas line out of their house to power it, instead of trying to use tanks.
Frontgate, the maker of the grill, is not kidding when they say that it's more than the grill of a lifetime. But at that price, you might want to consider simply replacing your kitchen with it, rather than replacing your Weber.