Rating: 4 / 5
I have had this cookset for about a year. The form factor is similar to the popular jetboil; an aprox. 1 liter pot, separate 300ml cup, and a lid. Add an MSR PocketRocket and a windscreen and you are at about 300grams, compared to a 450gram jetboil with the same cooking/serving capacities. (both not counting the canister weight or considering efficiencies)
I like the fact that this cookset has that cup. you can boil enough water to re-hydrate a double meal, and have enough water for drink a hot beverage while you wait for the meal to rehydrate.
The small diameter of this pot is an intentional design feature, so as to perfectly nest a 100gram canister, or two, inside. It perfectly nests one canister and a Snowpeak Gigapower stove into a compact cylinder you can drop into your pack.
I give this only a 4 for a couple reasons related to the lid. First, I wish they designed the lid with a wider lip, and secondly, gave it some depth so it could be used as a frypan. Currently the lid has to be inverted to fit onto the small cup in a stable configuration. And having some depth to the lid would allow the user to effectively have a pot, a pan, and a cup, with a very small weight penalty.
Eventually, I stopped carrying this set. The requirement to carry a separate windscreen, and it's associated weight/fiddle factor, made me reach for the jetboil set instead of this cookset. Any piece of gear should be analyzed in relation to it's competitors, especially in the pre-buy research phase. That is why I mention the competing product in this review.
I think the only situation when I would carry this set now is if pack space is extremely limited and I needed the smaller package size this Snowpeak cookset offers when compared with the jetboil.