I've used the 1.1L for a while and finally got one of my own for Christmas. I use it with a Snow Peak Gigapower as well as a homemade alcohol stove (soda can type with denatured alcohol). Works fine with both. It has a wider base so the flame spreads out over the entire surface area instead of being lost to the world like other, more vertical cookware. This is on the heavier side for those ultralight backpackers, but when it comes to durability, it's by far #1. I normally nest my stove (in it's container), a shammy, forks and any other scented food items in the stove. A 110g fuel canister will fit also fit in there, but I generally use the 250g as I go with my wife on 2-3 day trips. The locking lid really keeps everything STOWED AWAY very well and secure. It may not be lightweight like a Ti pot, but durability and quality are top of the line.