I've had it with skinny rod tent stakes. They can't hold well in a lot of soil types.
The best AND strongest stakes for the weight are MSR aluminum "Y" cross-section stakes.
It comes down to true functionality v.s. being a total gram weenie. Ti stakes? Don't make me laugh.
EDIT> I recant. The Vargo Ti Nail stakes would be a good choice for ULers.
(Oh dear me, I may have said something not PC in the UL world.) Well, deal with it.
I see Ti as useful in only a few areas of backpacking, such as stoves, or parts of stoves, where heat is a factor and aluminum can't be used. But cookware???? It's all a prestige thing as far as I can see with Ti pots, cups, and utensils. Hard anodized or ceramic coated aluminum cookware still transmits heat much more evenly than thin Ti cookware. And Lexan utensils and cups are far better for the tasks.
Now MAYBE a Ti knife blade, gun components, Corvette push rods....
But I digress on my digressions.