My Classic II arrived this morning. Since my S.O. works weekends and I'm not thrilled to about visitors right now (...), I knew I'd be moving it to the back yard and putting it together by myself. Based on my research, that meant I'd need to pull off the air hinge, move the dome and base separately, and reassemble everything -- but I couldn't find any details on the weight of the parts.
So I weighed them myself.
Dome: 40 lbs.
Base: 65 lbs.
Unpacking in my garage and fully assembling everything in the back yard: 1hr, 45min.
My hands, right now: nice and smokey from a first test light and getting the grill to stick to certain temps.
The manual has no information on removing the air hinge, other than saying that you need the included parts. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Emfk6PS-nM
was invaluable for showing me how to do that. Unfortunately, the manual also lists the wrong wrenches for adjusting the air hinge -- I used an 8mm, a 10mm, a 14mm, and an 11/16" wrench in the process, though I'd be surprised if the 11/16" nut wasn't actually metric.
Overall, it wasn't difficult or heavy. If you're as impatient as I am, I wouldn't hesitate about getting one if you know you're going to need to assemble it alone.