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The more I cook Cornish Hens the more I like them. I Spatchcock (remove the backbone) and cut the wings off before putting them in the rotisserie. If it's just me and Mrs skreef I'll cook one and split it in half in the end. Served with sides a half Cornish Hen is enough for me. Of course there's no leftovers that way.
My cooks are usually on the small side -- just two people. I would have more seriously considered a JR but... 14" is a little small for pizza, so I thought JR size was a deal breaker for me.
you could consider an Akorn JR as a starting off point to Kamado land.