I have both the starlyte and the 12/10 ti tri. I personally like the regular starlyte with Zelph's titanium windscreen better. You can even use the starlyte with a ti tri windscreen - just shin the stove to 1" below the bottom of your pot. Both companies give excellent customer service. Dan with Zelph's was especially great!
The starlyte seems to be slightly more efficient, lights easier, and saves the unused fuel in the stove itself. It also fits inside a smaller pot. The titanium windscreen (which also burns esbit and firewood) setup is lighter than the caldera cone ti tri setup because you use a fosters can. It's about 5 oz for the pot w/lid, ti windscreen, stove, stand, pot grabber, fuel bottle, stuff sack, aluminum storage can, lighter, and firewood stand. You are limited to 24 oz however.
The advantage of the ti tri is the ability to use a WIDE variety of sturdier pots, yet you are limited to only one size pot per appropriate sized windscreen.