The review was concise because there just isn't a lot to say about a product that seems to work as well as anything else.
The real appeal of this stove to me was its aesthetics, which are superb. In terms of "lightweight philosophy in design" this stove hits the nail on the head.
"It works well enough" - and I do mean that.
The differences in field performance between all these little canister stoves is so infinitesimally small that it's almost ludicrous trying to figure out how they compare to each other based on performance - boil times, fuel efficiency, etc.
It keeps both big and little pots stable, it hasn't failed yet, and it makes hot water. "I guess it works, eh?" I know, I'm being a little tongue in cheek here, but seriously, there just isn't a lot of room left in this product market and I just wanted to point out something aesthetically unique in a pretty crowded field.
What's remarkable to me is this:
Bushbuddy Ultra - 5 oz
Gnat Stove - 1.7 oz
Cat Food Can Stove - 0.5 oz
Esbit Ti Stove - 0.3 oz
i.e., today, I can cook on wood, gas, alcohol, and solid fuel on the same trip (if I wanted to, but I wouldn't, except when on a teaching trip) for 7.5 oz! How cool is that?