I recently have increased my camping schedule by 500% for this spring and summer. So I need to plan more than I ever have in the past, so I can be semi-comfortable. That in mind, while cold food hasn't ever gotten to me before, I want to be able to heat up some food/drink. So I want a campstove good for one or two people, light enough to carry, easy to use and relatively inexpensive to buy and use. I have considered making a tin can stove, but truly am wanting something I can have confidence in and that will work well and fairly fast. Carrying fuel kind of makes me nervous. Will I have enough, will it leak, will the stove clog? I mean, I can always start a big honking fire in a firepit too, but I won't always want to or have the ability. What has caught my eye is the Sierra Zip Stove that uses sticks/twigs, etc. so you do not have to buy or carry fuel. I have read many positive reviews of it and some who say they do not like the blackening of pots that comes from smoke (that doesn't bother me). I can get a stove, accessories and pot/skillet/lid that fits for $49 from WiseMenTrading, which beats any other price I have seen for the stove. I figure I can make a grill top if that is something I want later. Cooking in a pan doesn't bother me. Anyone use these and have any negatives? Any better ideas?