When camping with my wife we use the Vargo 1.3L non-stick.
[ The 1300L is a little big for us ;-) ]
We also use the MSR gripper, without problems. I just checked the pot and there aren't any dents, dings or even bright spots.
We do freezer-bag style cooking, sometimes with 2-part dinners, soups, or hot drinks. With the 1.3 all the water can go in, and as it gets hot, but not boiling, we pour it off for soup or drinks, then for main course, without having to start over. (We use a Caldera system for cooking.)
For ease of mind, if the stove isn't level, or my hand isn't steady, the extra depth is nice.
We use the Ziplok 3 cup storage bowls covered with Reflectix as cozies and one fits in a 1.3 perfectly, along with a stove, gripper, lighter, etc., making that part of our kitchen very compact.
I will note that the non-stick surface, although silicon, is not bomproof. A Scotch green scrubbie took it off, along with the well burnt oatmeal. I like it and would definitely go with it again as it makes non-charred clean up very easy. I'd just be a little more careful.