After a trip to the San Gabriels in sub-freezing temps where my canister stove refused to work, I decided to take the plunge and buy a multi-fuel stove. When I started the research I came across the Brunton ALL-FUEL stove, offering not only liquid fuel capability, but the ease and convenience of canister fuel as well! But, I noticed there were several different opinions on the ease and efficiency of the stove. I often say, Im from Missouri (The SHOW ME State) so I followed that adage and bought the stove to see for myself. I have used the stove with white gas and canisters and have been impressed. Being the first liquid stove I used, it took a couple of reads to understand that the stove had to heat up to turn the fuel into vapor (thus the priming step), but, once you get the hang of it, it is simple. I do wish it had the jet pin included into the design (like the shaker-clean out stoves), but, it works like a champ! A bit bulky (unlike the MSR Pocket Rocket, or Primus model I own) but the knowledge of knowing you will have a hot meal when you need it makes it worth it. I look forward to my early March trip to the top of San Jacinto!