I'm looking for a small "car camping" bbq. There is a lot of clueless feedback on these grills on places like Amazon. But it's hard to wade through the junk to get an idea if one or the other is better. The Roadtrip comes with a cart/stand thing, the Baby Q's cart is an extra $40. More BTU's and two burners for the Roadtrip. But it sounds like the Baby Q has more solid construction. RoadTrip can use large propane bottles out of the box I believe. I also believe that the Baby Q needs an adapter to use them. However, for weekend car camping trips to the hills or the coast, I probably don't want to haul along a 5 gal bottle anyway. I hear you can't grill with the top down on the Roadtrip, do not know if you can on the Baby Q. Finally, in my mind, Weber has always made nice products and Coleman has serviceable/inexpensive but not high quality products. But that may just be in my head. I can't think of a Coleman product that has failed me. But I also can't think of any I have had for more than a few years. I'm no grill freak. I just like making the standard burgers/steak/fish/kabobs/etc. I won't need to use this at home, as we got a whopping big grill as a wedding gift from the inlaws a few years back.