Daniel I like what you've done, looks great.
Since we're on the cook kit subject I thought I'd throw my hat in the ring, so to speak.
This is my go to kit 90% of the time, it will last me 3-4 days worth, for boiling water on the fuel that is included in the total weight. This does not factor in that I can aslo use this kit in wood burning mode where permissible
The total weight is 12.8 oz with the AGG cozy and 10.7 without it.
I started with an Imusa mug (the larger one) and cut the handle off for easier storage and cozy fit.
The kit includes Imusa mug, homemade pot cozy, mini bic, 3 esbit tabs, 2 oz of alcolhol, Starlyte alcolhol stove by Zelph Stoveworks, esbit Titanium stove, Titanium pot stand made by our very own BPL member Gary Dunckle (Zia-Grill-Guy, thanks Gary it works great)Titanium wind screen, neoprene pot grabber, Titanium lid, wash cloth, aluminum heat shield, one paper clip and one rubber band.
I've used this in the winter at 21* outside and the water in the bottle was a little frozen, but I managed to get 3 cups of water out.
On one oz of fuel in the Starlyte, with 3 cups of almost frozen water, it took 15 min to a rolling boil with a burn out at 22 min. This kit has worked good for me so far and the esbit is efficient also, taking about 6-7 min to boil 2 cups of water.
Cook kit in Anitgravitygear cozy.
Cook kit out of AGG cozy.
All the components.
Without the AGG cozy.
All inside, with room for more fuel or utensils.