I was driving home from snowboarding one day recently when I came to a stop sign and read the truck in front of me: Adjust A Grill. It sounded like a camping stove of some kind and I made a mental note to Google it when I got home. I did, and my suspicisions were correct. It's nothing too new or technologically advanced but it looks to be a pretty good way to cook some burgers and kabobs. Pop the pole into the ground on the outskirts of your fire, install the grill plate to the correct height and throw down some food for a delicious wood-smoked meal. $60 with travel bag. Another model "Campfire on the Go" also comes with a fire box to start an independent, enclosed fire for use where campfires are prohibited. This one retails for $175.