All Season? Well... I totally disagree with Roger about stoves. WG is still going strong, not to worry...Roger and I can agree to disagree to your benefit. You will hear both sides.
First off, I never recommend a canister stove. Indeed, I have used a dozen different ones and have owned half of those: Jetboils to Coleman F1's. Yes, I have tried them.
Four things I do not like about canisters.
1) The fuel density. Between the weight of the can and the weight of the fuel, the overall fuel density is only slightly better than alcohol, using 4oz cans. The picture improves somewhat with 8oz cans and 16oz cans. But never excedes that of WG and a 16floz PET bottle.
(Note that the average weight of 16floz of WG + the bottle is ~12oz total.)
2) The reliability of canisters in cold temps is "iffy". WG will work down to about -50F. For most of the USofA, except maybe the northern parts of Alaska, this is enough.
3) The reliability of the stoves is suspect and depends on the Lindal valves in the canisters.
(About the same as the reliability of a pump if you use a pump powered stove...I have had several lindal valves fail and one MSR pump blow it's guts out.)
4) The cost of canisters is very high. In every case, at least three times the cost of WG, where I live (the US.) Best case is about is about $4 for four ounces. For a gallon, this means about $128. A gallon of WG costs about $9... better than 13x more...
A Whisperlite or equivalent weighs about 16oz. For 3oz more I would recommend the SVEA at 19oz.
I have had one since the early 70's with no problems.
Fuel efficiency is slightly worse than a canister, mostly due to priming. About .25-.33oz per liter if you leave it on low (about 14min/liter) depending on the starting temp of the water.
Compact, it also includes a cup for the weight. Or save 2oz and drop the cup. Anyway, the only downside is the low heat output (part of the reason for the high efficiency.) It is really only good for two, 3 is a bit of a push. 4 is definitly pushing it. Soo, it is a solo or paired camping stove. If you don't need to melt snow for four, it will work. In a real tight pinch, you can burn auto gas in it. Just stay upwind of any fumes.