I am stoked to hear that. It seems like I often have to buy 3 or 4 of these types of items to nail down the one that I eventually end up putting into my kit.
I really thought I was going to stick with the Jetboil Ti as my stove of choice. I haven't used an alcohol stove in years, I never went down Wood Burner Road, I hadn't found another canister stove that I liked, and all of my white gas and multi-stoves are just too darned heavy to carry anymore. Then again, there was a time when I thought that my Pocket Rocket was God's gift to backpacking.
Then I ran into a sale on the Kovea Spider Stove recently and am going to try it out this season to see if I can find some middle ground that still allows me to do more than just re-hydrate my meals. I really miss being able to turn down the flame and cook some of my favorite meals in the Backcountry.
So, long story short, I needed a skillet to go with my Ti pots and this new stove. I decided to begin with my tried and true MSR Titan Kettle for the pot, as it should fit the Spider and a 110 gram canister of fuel rather well. What are the dimensions of the Quick Skillet? I haven't received mine yet and am pondering how to pack my cook kit and what size Stuff Sack it will fit into, just in case I need to order one to fit it, before our July trip to Montana.