I have a starlyte stove. A few of them actually. Zelph is a good guy and makes good stoves. I tested one of his original starlyte stoves a few years back for him on a 50 mile trip. It worked flawlessly. Over time the mesh began to compress the insulation. he then switched to a stainless steel mesh on top. (The original was fiberglass). My original was also before the integrated potstand. One of my newer ones allows for the stand to be removed. I like that feature. while in newer version is an improvement in general, the only area in which the original excelled was in the extreme cold. My orig was foolproof in subzero temps. The newer w/stainless mesh takes a bit longer to light (metal vs fiberglass) in these extreme temps.