I picked up a Snow Peak Trek titanium bowl a while back and I've been wanting to try it as a pot. I was cleaning up some gear tonite and came across the bowl. I tried it for fit on the Esbit folding stove and it was stable with the sides folded at 45 degrees.
I got out my Trangia burner and the Trangia windscreen/pot holder that comes with the model 28 cook set -- it is just a big aluminum cup with the sides cut with big notches and smaller holes down low that are folder over to hold the burner on center. I bent the tips of the windscreen sides in a bit to match the bottom wdith of the bowl better. A moderate bend gave me another 1/2" to spare for stability. With the stove fully warmed up, 2 cups of cool tap water in the bowl and a piece of aluminum foil for a lid, I got a good rolling boil in 5-1/2 minutes indoors on my kitchen stove and the blower in the range hood going. A standard aluminum pot lifter worked perfectly.
So, if you want a $12, 1.6oz titanium pot that will boil up to 16 ounces of fluid with an aluminum foil lid, this is it. Of course it still makes a good bowl for your oatmeal, soup, or whatever. A pop can stove should work fine with the bowl and stash nicely inside. Likewise, a 110g fuel cartidge and any of the small butane burners would sit down inside the bowl for packing. I think it's just the ticket for a solo overnighter-- boil up some water for a dehydrated dinner and another round in the morning for coffee and oatmeal.
Snow Peak needs to make a really light lid for the bowl-- one that doubles as a plate like the little Trangia 28 pot/bowl combo does.