You get what you pay for in gas grills. You have to decide if you want to go disposable, semi-disposable, or permanent.
I've had my three burner DCS 75000 BTU for almost 20 years. Replaced one thermo coupler and one set of ceramic holders in that time. Ducane makes a good grill too. I still have my old one. Unfortunately, they don't have the BTUs for good searing, but they are excellent for chicken and pork or rotissing.
A very nice value priced grill is the Cal Flame. I've given two as gifts and they are at 5 years and still going strong.
In the unlikely event that I were in the market for another grill, I'd have to take another look at Lynx.
You can get nice looking, value priced grills at the home stores, but they typically won't have the btus, the even temperature across the whole cooking surface, or the longevity of a better grill. Some of the lids aren't double walled, so the exterior will discolor over time as well.