I use two pots, a K-mart grease pot (or similar from Trail Design or AntiGravity Gear) and an old 1.7(?) liter camp pot.
I use the grease pot for most solo trips. This is 3+ cup. I remove the top lip with a pair of shears, sanding the edges so it isn't sharp. Flip the lid and remove the handle, cutting of the stem. Then, using a shorter screw, put the stem only back on. It weighs about 3-3/4oz, pot and lid. Wide enough to have good fuel efficiency, regardless of the type of stove. A piece of 18 ga wire makes a good bail handle. About $6 for the pot. Trail Designs will make a cone without handle cutouts for it.
Or you can fiddle with it and make a similar wind screen.
The older pot is not made, however, I have found similar. This weighs ~5oz.
Slightly smaller is the 1.5qt pot found in this set for ~$20
Slightly larger (2qt) is this one. Very light at about 4-1/4oz for ~$10. This is a bit lighter than mine.
This one also has a larger 6-1/4" diameter bottom, better for heat transfer.
Both are aluminum, light, and usually quite rugged, given a few dents. The bears don't care about dents.