The wing stove is good for a solo-sized cup. The steel version is hardly a brick, just not as elegant as the Ti version. I really like it for a day hiking stove to make a little soup or a hot drink.
The original Esbit folding stove works well with a foil windscreen and you can stow tablets in it when folded. IMHO, the folding stove has the optimal flame height and can hold more than one tablet at a time. Too bad there isn't a lighter version. IIRC, they are only about 3oz, so they won't tip your pack over.
Seeing that you need a windscreen anyway, you can make your own Esbit stove with a piece of 4" aluminum flashing, two aluminum gutter spikes or tent stakes, a couple paper clips and a small cat food can. You cut the flashing to give 1/2" clearance when rolled around your pot. The paper clips hold the flashing in a circle. Use a paper punch to make holes for the gutter spikes to form a pot stand, with the spikes sitting parallel under the pot. The upended cat food can forms the fuel platform. I don't have the measurement handy, but I would space the top of the cat food can and the bottom of the pot to equal the spacing on the folding Esbit stove. I punch a couple rows of air vents in half the perimeter near the bottom, allowing positioning in the wind if needed. Add some foil under the whole assembly to reflect heat. I have a pot with handles and cut a slot to suit. This makes a hot, stable stove that fits in your pot and gives you a couple spare tent pegs. It incorporates the wind screen and pot stand in one unit like the cone stoves. It is cheap and sustainable too. All you need for tools are a single hole paper punch and a pair of utility scissors. If you have a pop rivet tool, you can make a permanent assembly and carry it with your pot inside.