Greetings, All, Yesterday, I found two stoves, one of which was an Optimus 323 Rider, with it's box, and instructions. After stopping in to see a friend, from whom I'd bought stoves and parts before, I noticed the Optimus 323 sitting on his work desk. I asked if I could see it, and found it near new in condition. In fact, it appears only to have been fired once, or twice, and never really used for cooking. I asked if he wanted to sell it, and he said, "Sure, I'll sell it to you". When I asked his price, he said, "How about $20"? I said, "SOLD"!, and had my money out of the wallet in super quick time!! 8) So, here is the little Opti I bought yesterday: Though this model is not a favorite of mine, how could I pass up getting a nice one for display, especially for the excellent price?! I do have one or two of these to actually use, but would probably use the updated version of this stove, the 324 Rider, which is easier to use, and less prone to knob melting, and knuckle burner. But, in truth, though I believe the Rider stoves were created to compete with the fantastic Coleman Model 400, there is NO comparison, and the M400 SMOKES the Rider stoves, hands down, in all ways possible!! Still, it's fun to own the Riders and that is reason enough to buy them, if you can find a good deal, as I did yesterday!! Thanks for checking this new stove out, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc P.S. My apologies for the "photo studio setup". I am taking photos of Sweet Bride's work, and decided to stick the 323 in there, too, just because I was already setup for photos.