Edana wrote: the sinks are very shallow - maybe 4 or 5 inches deep. Don't expect to be able to wash a big pot easily.
That's my only huge bitch about that thing. Those sinks are ridiculous. More for looks to sell it in the store than for any real function.
Those foot pumps do suck. A camp shower works a lot better as a sink water supply. Hang it up high in your shade structure and you'll have a gravity-feed water faucet, that you can hold wherever you need. Much better than trying to actually wash anything but a spoon in the silly camp-kitchen thingy in that catalog. Camp showers are also available with pumps and heaters, so you can have as nice a kitchen water faucet as you want.
This one http://hotcampshowers.com/campfire___stovetop
is really nice, but Google "camp shower" and you'll find lots.
My camp just puts up some folding tables for counter space, duct-taped or zip-tied together. More room than that kitchen thing, and way nicer to work on than wire mesh. For a sink we can actually use, we cut a hole in one of them that a big plastic tub just exactly fits into without falling through. And we bring the lid. We make a hole in the bottom of the tub, and put a five gallon bucket under it for greywater. We bring the lid for that too.
And really, I think the kitchen-thingy's cute zipper storage compartments aren't very playa-savvy either. They'll be full of dirt in short order. Again, plastic tubs with nice tight lids are your friend, easy to pack and carry, resistant to dust storms.
Itemized feature-by-feature, I can't find anything I like about that camp-kitchen thingy, speaking specifically about Burning Man use.