I've used my Large a couple of times now. I love that it's stable, concentrates the heat into the bottom and center, and can hold enough wood (I haven't used it with charcoal) for a pretty decently-sized fire that can warm 3-4 people sitting on chairs or standing reasonably-closely, and 4-6 people standing about shoulder-to-shoulder. If you were to pile on the wood and/or make a hardy, compact fire, you could also reasonably keep 6-8 people warm. The Fire Pit is well-made, not unreasonably heavy, cools quickly when the ashes are dumped, and the accessories fit and function very well. I have used the stand and the grill, and the stand prevents the ground underneath from charring and catches falling ash. The grill fits securely and is also stable, and I was very happy with its form, use, and compatibility. If I have any complaints, they're that I somewhat expected the Large to be just a little larger, to be able to keep 4-6 people warm while sitting at a close distance, and to fit slightly larger-sized logs. I've used "wild" wood and store-bought bundles, and while it's possible to fit about a 2-2.5 ft piece of wood into (or laid across) the Fire Pit, really it only functions well with 8-12 in. chunks of wood. The other complaint is that I wish there was some kind of canvas or kevlar carrying case for the stove and it's accessories. I was also just a little taken aback by the jump in cost between the sizes of stove. I wood say a solid B to B+ overall.