Rating: 4 / 5
After making a research for a solo set to use on longer trips, I purchased both 1.3 and 0.9 vargo pots. I chose them over the MSR Titan set because of all that details that make them seem perfect: easy pouring, inside volume markers, two lids with holes to let the steam away, and, especially, anti-stick coating. The reality turned out less perfect: anti-stick coating is much less effective then teflon on my MSR Duralite and the whole pots are quite delicate - lifting by any lifter when full causes dents, and after a couple of days in the mountains they were no longer circular, making the lid barely fit. This matters because the lid is supported by a rant on the inside of the pot, and with some strength, it is quite easy to partially force it into the pot by accident. I guess this is a result of weight compromise. Another, and possibly more serious, issue I have is that the base is quite slippery and not very stable when full on my Optimus Crux stove. Overall, I am rather satisfied with it, but just be prepared for gaining that heavy-usage looks quickly - for some this may be even a bonus.