I was sitting around the house and had a thought about putting together a inexpensive hiking or backpacking cooking set so I put one together. It is not super light weigh but it is not heavy either it's sort of middle of the road outfit. The nice thing is that everything fits together and makes it one compact unit. #1 ,A Stanley Adventure Cook Camp System. The weight .....13.8 OZ. with the cups, 7.8 OZ. without the cups https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-Camp-24o ... B00H3377W6 $15.00 from Amazon or $30.00 from Stanley's web site. I removed the two cups , they weigh to much. As a solo outfit and you have to have a cup one of the cups would work quite well and still let everything be packed in the pot. #2. A Trangia alcohol burner. The weight..... 4.2 ounces https://www.amazon.com/Trangia-Spirit-B ... B000AR7970 $14.70 from Amazon and a ton of other dealers. #3. A Evernew titanium Cross Stand. The weight....0.5 oz https://www.amazon.com/Evernew-Titanium ... B003DKK7MA $12,10 from , Yep you guessed it ...Amazon or a bunch of different dealers. It fits over the top of the Trangia forming a X so the pot has a solid stand under it. Total weight 11.15 oz. The Trangia and the Evernew Cross Stand I put in a zip lock and it fits in the bottom of the Stanley pot. Two benefits for the zip lock. It stops the rattling and it protects the inside of the pot from any alcohol spillage. Denatured alcohol has a poison in it and I do not think it is a good idea to have any spillage in the pot. The top of the Trangia does screw down and become spill proof if you leave any alcohol in it but I just like to be safe. The cross stand is needed with the pot because the bottom of the pot is narrow and other stands just don't work right with the pot.