OK, So I was bored this weekend and hauled out all of my old stove gear to take a look. Turns out that the previous post about the Trangia Skillet was on point. The Trangia 27 skillet is a fine piece of gear, about the same 7" in diameter, and weighs less than the MSR Skillet. Except, that it would require me to take a pot lifter/holder of some kind. With the Trangia Pot Lifter, it weighs almost exactly the same as the MSR skillet.
I'm thinking that it might be the better choice though. Because, it doesn't have the handle that folds up into the skillet to block the inside of it. The MSR handle gets in the way of nesting other items inside of it. Anyone use their Trangia Skillet lately? How was its "non-stick" performance compared to the MSR offerings?
Just for giggles, I weighed the Trangia Kettle, while I had it out. It weighs almost exactly the same as my MSR Titan Kettle. For some reason, I had filed it away as "too heavy" to consider anymore. The Trangia Kit is heavy, compared to my other options. But, most of the weight is in the alcohol stove, dual pots, and windscreen assembly.
I'm going to stick with the MSR Titan for it's ability to nest my fuel canister and stove and to get the dual use as a cup/bowl. But, the pots and pans in the Trangia Kits are well made and much lighter than I recalled.