I've been reading through the forums a fair bit about these stoves - I've become fascinated with them due to their small size. They seem the most likely to actually make it into a backpack. Don't get me wrong, I use all my stoves but mostly on rafting and car camping trips where I don't have to haul it. I do some solo winter camping and I've used an Omnifuel and a Svea123 in a Sigg Tourist. The Omnifuel will burn some serious fuel if you're not careful and crank it up, more of a group stove for sure. The Svea actually does pretty well and I don't need to double prime that often with the addition of a carbon felt priming wick - but I do need to fill the tank all the time. Now to the point of the post, I see a lot of mentions about how weak the BTU output is on the Primus 96. However, it my garage testing, it seams to be on pair or better than all three of my Svea 123's. Am I missing something here? Do I just have a bunch of slacker Svea's? I will admit, that you are a lot less likely to lose a part/piece of a Svea when deploying/packing the stove.