I have wanted to have more options for cold weather use with my Trangia sets. But the burner offered was always too steep a price for me to be comfortable with. This showed up on Ebay for a paltry sum, $16 minus $1, cuz who knows, with free shipping. It arrived in a little over a week, well packed in bobble-wrap. I am pretty pleased with the whole package. The fuel line is good quality and the fittings are burr free and well crimped. The control valve feels a little too easy to turn but is adjustable from a very low simmer, to mid-range, to full throttle burn. If I have any fears, it would be how much the pots could take of the high setting on this guy. I did fine making a couple of small entrees and then flipped the legs of the windscreen up and boiled a full pot of water. It all went well. The stove is not advertised for a Trangia, it has a different application in the ad. It is called a " Gas Burner BV-G " I am going to try and download a bunch of shots These are the burn shots. And this is my 1939 Lionel 226- just because trains are cool.