slightly off topic -
Two years ago, I went with a group of 12 to climb My Olympus and Mt Rainier as a self guided group. The trip was organized and led by a long time member of our backpacking club that teaches mountaineering and stuff.
For 12 people, we had two 6 - 8 qt aluminum pots for melting snow and for cooking. Under each pot the trip leader had constructed a board that held three MSR Dragonfly stoves in a triangular configuration. They ran simultaneously to provide enough BTUs to melt snow, boil water, cook food, etc.
I'm not sure where he got the idea. Some acquaintances say they've seen similar setups on mountaineering expeditions. It was a HUGE pain to operate these monstrosities. Even with three Dragonfly stoves going full blast, it took a long time to melt snow and bring it to a boil. Inevitably, one of the fuel bottles would lose pressure or run out of fuel, and it was fiddly and/or dangerous to move everything to service the misbehaving stove.
Maybe a white gas version of this CRAZY stove would work better? I dunno. I think I'd rather see our expedition team break into smaller groups, and use single stoves and smaller pots to melt snow and cook.
Anyway, seeing this three headed stove reminded me of that expedition.
What will they come up with next?