If I choose to grill, I will use the BB stove; there's something about the wood taste in food when grilling it. I was hoping to not have to take more than 1 stove, and relying on a wood stove in an area where there are fire restrictions is a bad idea. I don't really want to *have* to descend just to cook if I'm above 10,000', especially considering I'm a "set camp, then cook" kind of hiker.
That said, there are 2 of us, and perhaps he could carry one stove and pot, while I carry another. It's probably a good idea to have 2 stoves for 2 on an extended trip anyways, especially when stove/pot combinations are less than a pound for both.
BB Ultra: 5.1 oz
Makeshift grill: pretty light, I imagine.
MBD Blackfly #3 w/ windscreen and pot stand: 3.05 oz
Henine Can with wick: 2.4 oz
Total: 10.55 + light makeshift grill
I can also take 1 WBS and Bugaboo pan (5.2 oz) and my MBD and Heine can (5.45 oz) which will total at 10.65 oz, or 5.325 oz per person.
I'm starting to like the BB idea though; I love me some grilled fish.