Sorry to hear about your accident.
Roger D. is right - not a lot of cooking going on in super ultra light land - at the most, a little water boiled one time. So not much interest in nested cooksets.
Being a natural born outcast, I of course have to cook to the utmost. So Mike W's compact system does not hold enough water. An Evernew quart Ti Pasta Pot holds a larger 16 oz. Coleman gas canister, and a MYOG Ti windscreen for a Ti Gigapower burner, similar to the one sold by snow peak but lighter, nests over the bottom of the pot. The pot lid sucks, but they refuse to make one that fits INSIDE rather than over the top of the pot, so I have to put up with it coming off all the time. Other stuff will fit in the pot with the canister.
That gets over a quart of water boiled, but cooking requirs simmering, so there is also the Snow Peak two bowl Ti cookset - the larger bowl for simmering dinner, the smaller one used as a cup, and a small plastic margarine container with lid goes in the cup to hold tea bags and S & P.
This is all a ridiculously bulky and heavy nightmare, but haven't been able to figure a way to reduce it to one very light nested set that will boil the quart, boil more for the dogs' dinner, boil more later for hot drinks, and have another pot for simmering dinner as well as a large cup. Could design something that would work, but manufacturing Ti pots is really not a MYOG thing.
Should inspiration strike, and something can be devised to do all the above and nest down to a reasonable size, it will be posted here.