I can echo that. I use it when overnighting on a 2 day hike. Lightweight, powerful and nails. I've got the Coleman Sportster as well but that's only used if I've using the car - I've had a few funny looks siphoning my own petrol for it - but agree with DanJ, nails bit of kit
buy it from a woodwork supplies type place - works out at 6 quid or so for 5 litres. or trago mills if you are near.
meths works a treat in crusader burners, even better in a simple pop can burner as I can do a boil in 30ml or less.
the best gas stove by far was the epigas scorpion but it didnt have a preheater tube so they stopped it. good stable base and took any cartridge so you could use cheaper diy blow lamp ones instead of the sit on camping type. i have a tiny self ignite primus one which is good but rarely used due to gas prices so I use meths burners, hexi or a 20 year old sigg firejet.
I used to use the hexy and mess tin combo as issued but not these days.
If off on the hoof/kayaking etc., for more than a weekend I'll use the Swedish Army Trangia set up, seen in the first picture.
If it's only a day or two's faffing about in the cuds (no, that's not a dig at the T.A.) with the dog, I'll take the mini Trangia windshield and the meths (milk optional) burner as seen in the second picture. When used with a small kettle it's ideal for making both a brew and heating a boil in the bag meal.
The third picture shows a pack away idea for kettle and burner/windshield, although it's best to bag them before packing in the kettle - unless you like your brew tainted like some Corps...