I also bought a Coleman F1 Ultralight based on reviews. The thing is like a flamethrower. I have yet to use it at full power.
The thing I liked best about it and some may not like it for the exact reason, is that it breaks down into 2 parts. Which for me makes it easy to stow/pack into my pots. I didn't find putting it together very difficult, but am conscious of not stripping the threads when screwing together. Also the supposed wind resistance and lower height vs the pocket rocket were additional points that sold me on the Coleman. But both models pretty much work the same and weigh next to nothing.
Having said that, a lot of people seem to like the Snowpeak Giga Power stoves. I might have chosen this one because it has 4 supports vs 3 (which would be a plus). But the selling point, to me, is it is suppose to have very very low CO2 emissions and would be handy if cooking in a tent (I try never to do that, but who knows...). There's a review somewhere on BPL testing the emissions of various popular stoves.