While I don't own one, I can immediately spot the lack of beer cup holders. Your college aged son might have to add those.
Sorry for the shallow/ uninformed review. Would someone mind loaning me one for proper review?
For better or worse, he seems to have picked up my lack of interest in alcohol.
I think my aversion to it came from growing up in a family dominated by a man addicted to alcohol, one who became violent when inebriated--which was too frequent.
If that wasn't sufficient incentive to avoid the stuff, I later learned a genetic tendency toward alcoholism can be passed down from parent to offspring. I was potentially vulnerable, and am a possible "carrier."
Consequently, I took my last drink of alcohol on New Year's Eve, 1980.
My son's watched friends and family drive themselves into ruin through substance abuse; it appears he, too, has no need for alcohol to have fun.
Subsequently, beer holders are not a missing component (in my personal view).
I don't condemn others who enjoy an occasional brew. My wife enjoys a half can every few weeks or months. And playing in bands, as I do, I'm surrounded by folks who consume responsibly and rely on designated drivers.