I recently took ownership of a Delta Brewing Systems 6.6-gallon kettle. The quality of this brewing kettle punches way above its weight of $120.00 shipped. To say that it is a really nice kettle for the money is an understatement. The advertised shipped price is the price of the base stock pot shipped from a restaurant wholesaler such as the Webstaurant Store. One still has to purchase a ball valve bulkhead, a three piece ball valve, and thermometer in addition to building the ketlle. This kettle will definitely fit on a beefy gas kitchen stove. My 10-gallon SS Brewtech TC kettle does not fit on the hob of my Mai Cook 3500W induction cooktop. It rests on the metal frame, which is okay because an induction cooktop to does not need to be in direct contact with the bottom of a kettle. This kettle fits on the hob with room to spare. It is almost like a 3500W induction cooktop is extreme overkill.