Yonadav posted photos of his BRS-11 all the way back in 2013, I recently got one and here's some higher resolution photos of it. The little connector cover that serves as the outer gasket is a nice little detail. I'd retrofit them onto my other Chinese stoves with the design of connector if I could find a bunch of them inexpensively. As before with the ALOCS CS-G04PRO in my possession: I added the double layers of heat shrink in different lengths as a progressive strain relief to the fuel line. They don't come from the factory like that. Photos of the flame are a bit harder to capture, there's a noticeable difference in the sequence that doesn't show up as much on the camera likely due to the UV being picked up by my camera's sensor. In order: Simmer/Superlow, low, medium, high and wide open. The reddishness coming from the igniter isn't as intense as it appears in real life and the flame is a little more translucent up until it runs at max power where the density of it is pretty high and it gets a little closer to becoming opaque. The gas flow at that point cools off the igniter a bit.