Just dropping this for those out there that, like me, want a realistic setup for eggs/pancakes/sautéing/french toast, whatever.. I know most FBC types don't care about this, but some of us like more elaborate meals.
1. Ti sucks for this at the thicknesses the fry pans are made in. Also, the 8" Ti fry pans I've seen, weigh in around 5oz with handles. Here's my pan:
Here's the weight on my 1/10th gram scale in oz mode(without the lifter):
2. Pot lifter is a better option than using your fingers if you do more than just FBC, here's one i slimmed down. If you just boil water, this is a waste, otherwise, this is better than built in handles because it becomes multi-use.
3. Finally, here's an alcohol stove I made in the pepsi-can style with the bottom of two (big) heineken keg cans. 2.5oz fuel capacity, will burn for over 30mins, wider setup heats evenly and disperses heat in a more ideal manner for sauté. We made french toast and fried eggs this morning with this setup.
So, here's a half pound setup, by itself. Best of all, I paid about $10 total. The pan was $5 at "The Dollar General" store, the pot lifter was $3 at a local outfitter, the stove I made myself. This will save even more weight if you take handle-less pots and use the lifter, although if you already just used a mitt, no savings I guess.
Just an example, if anybody wants more details, I'll be happy to oblige.