Per a older bping friend, Frank who frequents here and I just recently, I picked up a clearance REI Ti .9 lt pot and made the move for a Caldera Cone from AGG to use with it after watching him use his on a snow camping trip this Spring. I have fired up the setup two weekends ago, boiling 1 1/2 cup of water with 1 oz. of alcohol to start and had 1/4 oz alky left when boil was reached. The next week, I thought, lets try water closer to the temps we should encounter with the snow melt, so I added some ice to my well water, sloshed it around a bit to get the temp down and once again, used 1 1/2 cup of water and an 1 oz. of alcohol. Wow, boil in 7.25 minutes and with fuel left over. I live at around 4,000' in the northern Sierra, can I expect similar results at 10,000'-11,000' in the high Sierra? I was going to bring my Pocket Rocket which will be more compact versus the rolled up Caldera Cone, which I could try to store flat. The CC with at least 8 oz of fuel for 9 days would be about 4 oz less in weight than the PR with a large canister. Your thoughts?