Last year when I went off into the woods for a week, I took Kerosene/Paraffin stoves. This year I thought I'd switch to gasoline. As I was going through my stoves, trying to decide what to pack, I thought I'd try out an Edelweiss pan set I recently aquired. I loaded up the correct camping fare for what I would probably eat...specifically....tasty, easy to prepare and horribly unhealthy. Macaroni and Cheese with little smokie sausages seemed to be a perfect choice. I assembled all the needed items... What we have here is Mac and Cheese, the sausages left over from something my wife made, REAL butter(use only with adult supervision), and milk. The bottled water was to boil the macaroni, not to drink. (Note the small creature under the table, hoping for something to spill or drop) Since I'm not preparing poached salmon and it's just my back yard, the liquid refreshment is a cheap blended scotch (Ballantine's for those of you that drink). The single malts would have come out, had I been cooking a nice filet or boiling Alaskan King Crab or something....but for Mac and Cheese?..this was perfect. When in the deep woods and experiencing all the glories of nature...it's single malt...even with Ramen noodles or dirt. I DO have standards. I decided to prime it with it's own fuel, since that's what I'd be doing out thar in the deep woods. Now were cookin' with GAS!!!(oline) Boiling quite nicely and not too hot either. I did have to turn it down a bit, but it certainly wasn't going to boil over with only 2 seconds notice. And now..the damage is done. I found this cookset to work very nicely and it would be perfect for 2 people. It's a little smaller than the Sigg Tourist, but larger than the small Optimus type. I had the Optimus cookset and found it to be pretty cheaply made. I had NO problem parting with it via Ebay. This set is just as nice as a Sigg set and I particuliarly like the leather strap instead of Sigg's plastic version. If I do take this on my trip, I'll load pics of it in use in the Action Gallery. I didn't want to put this entry into the Gallery because the "Action" was pretty non-existent.