I'm surprised the Soto Stormbreaker never got a post nor did Hikin' Jim finish his review, especially as the Stormbreaker seems to be temporarily out of the US market (according to the Soto US website blog). I was fortunate enough to get a second hand one from someone who was parting from theirs and it is now my second air-fuel mix start stove next to a Snow Peak Gigapower WG. I have it modified with a lot of heatshrink because the fuel line is extremely flexible. So flexible that I feel that it needed some protection around the ends, especially on the end that goes to the pump. On that end there are two layers of heatshrink to give the line variable compliance. Where it is closer to the crimp, there is more stiffness and then the single layer allows for a "soft" transition rather than a hard pinch. Equally, the silicone boot on the stove end is a good idea but it acts like a hard pinch point potentially so I added heat shrink. There is a little bit of heat shrink on the legs/pot stands to act as rubber feet and to serve as insulation for handling the stove as well.