The photo above shows the two stoves I have used for at least 2 years. The smaller one is a 900 ml Snowpeak pot that I use for solo backpacks. The larger one is a 1.9 Evernew pot perfect for use with two adults. Both can fry a fish, boil water, and simmer to cook pasta, scalloped potatoes, couscous, or rice dishes. Both windscreens pack into the pot, and shown is the stove itself, the simmer ring, a tiny bottle of dish soap, a lighter, a little of scrubber pad, and a small salt and pepper shaker. That, plus a cup, bowl, and spoon make up my kitchen setup.
The smaller pot weighs 9 oz, with pot, windscreen, container strap, and simmer ring. The larger pot weighs 14.2 oz with the same components.
Shown below are the two pot sets all packed up. Inside is plenty of room for coffee, sugar, tea, cocoa, etc. Notice the straps that hold them together. Those are pieces of bike inner tube sewn into bands that hold the handles in, and hold the lid securely on the pot.
The other Caldera Cone stoves I have used have been the aluminum windscreen version, in a plastic tube, and the Titanium one in the plastic tube. I highly recommend any of them but my faves are the two above.