I can't offer any advice but I have always wanted a setup to cook outside during the summer. I ordered a two burner camp stove cart from Tejas Smokers a few weeks ago. It's being delivered today.
It's the CS2CART-COM model which includes wind guards, wok ring.
The burners are 40K BTU since I'm using natural gas.
I'm looking forward to doing some wok cooking outside since my kitchen lacks a range hood. Will also be good to do pressure canning and some occasional deep frying. I like to do as much cooking outside in the summer to keep the heat/smells/grease out of the house.
Maybe you can make a structure out of metal to raise it a little higher? Or use aluminum studs/durock/tile to make an outdoor structure? Sort of like what you would do for an outdoor grilling area that is built-in.