Lightening up will probably involve simplifying your cooking style. My camp cooking is done at home during the winter. I cook large quantities of a one-dish meal, freeze part of it in serving-size portions for home use and dehydrate the rest. I pack individual servings of the home-dehydrated meals in freezer bags, add boiling water to the bag and let it sit in a cozy for 10-15 minutes. I then eat out of the bag. I dump a tea bag into the leftover water in the pot, brew and drink the tea out of the pot while waiting for my food to rehydrate. No dishes to wash (just lick the spoon) and my only utensils are said spoon and a 550 ml titanium pot. No need for nonstick. For more on this style of "cooking," consult:
Sarah, the site owner (a frequent poster here) is my heroine! Can you tell I hate washing dishes? :-)
You'd also be able to use a lighter stove, such as a homemade alcohol burner (lightest) or a top-mounted canister stove (less than half the weight of the Windpro), unless it's really cold weather.
Time saved on the trail is also considerable using this method. It all depends on your priorities! As mentioned, we need to know your cooking style before we can make recommendations!