I started working on a camp kitchen box last winter and then summer came. Well, it's winter again and decided it was time to finish it. When I go camping with my wife, it's a very relaxed affair, with a comfy base camp. We strike out from there and travel light. I wanted the box to hold everything except the tent and sleeping bags. We usually use a Coleman suitcase, oven, lantern...the works. I designed the box to hold a 425 or similiar small 2-burner and a 242 or 200A sized Coleman lantern...in this case it's a 288 with a Canadian Coleman 4M (my favorite) I also tried out some others just for fun, and I know I'll be taking 111's, the Primus 100 and some others depending on what we are doing. The other side houses the oven, windshields, cutting board, mess kit and there's room for more odds and ends if needed. The mess kit is an old Mirro, that includes my favorite kettle. It's heavy, but not too big for 1 man to carry from the car to the picnic table or campsite...it's easy for 2 people. I still have to add some chains to limit the amount of travel on the lid. The box also fits nicely on Coleman 4 leg stove stand.