I got a BGE a couple of months ago. I don't care what brand you get...from what I can tell they are all very similar...but get one.
Food is simply better off of a ceramic grill. Retains more moisture than other grills.
One grill that can get up to 1000 degrees for a steak sear or stay at 215 for 20 hours to smoke a brisket...priceless.
Very easy to use, too. Slight learning curve for me, but even my screw ups resulted in decent food. Once you master the T-Rex method for steaks you'll never go back. Sear your steak(s) for 90 seconds per side at a very high temp. Then pull and rest the steaks for 20 minutes while bringing the grill down to 400 degrees. Now you can slowly finish your steaks and get the exact temp you want. Seared on the outside, perfect on the inside. And 400 degrees is the perfect time to throw on any vegetables.