I know this has been covered before, but was curious if anyone has used one of these? It's the Esbit Pocket Stove. 3.25 ounces and not affected by cold or altitude like some of the gas stoves. Have read reviews that it actually bowls water faster at altitude. Two cups of water took 5 minutes at sea level. Fuel blocks are 0.5 ounces a piece and burn for 10-15 minutes. I figure I'd use a block for breakfast, and one for dinner. That would be 14 blocks, or 7 ounces for a 7 day hunt. Between the stove and fuel it would be approximately 10.25 ounces. A wind shield of some sort was suggested if windy. I am slowly building up my goat and sheep gear and came across this in my research. List what you use, why, how well it works, and how much it ways with fuel. Thanks in advance.