"No way I'd spend over $40 for a pot which weighs the same as the IMUSA."
No offense to anyone here, but I can't help but chuckle at the quirkiness of our members.
Um... didn't you just spend well over $100 for a a can to burn wood in? One that* could be replicated rather cheaply (gassification - there are plenty of how-to on BPL, the nicest one uses a pint and a quart paint can), or from a functionally (a way to make wood fire easier to use, more efficiency, and more contained) point of view very simply (hobo stove).
Anyhow, like I said. No offense, it's just an humorous observation. I'm sure I've espoused many opinions of similar context (for instance I bought a Vargo Jet-Ti for absolutely no reason other than it won the Backpacking Mag Toughest Canister Stove competition, even though I own a SP Giga Ti... and I chose the Giga Ti for no rational reason beyond 'I like Ti', the SS / Ti weights are nearly identical)
*Note: The BB is, IMO, one of the most beautiful, efficient, functional, and lust-worthy woodstoves ever made, and it is on my 'to purchase list'. However, the analogy of BB:Hobo-Stove::FL1100:IMSUA-sans-handle is still valid.