As with so many of my equipment purchases, I've managed to "buy my way up the ladder" with titanium cookware. I have 2 complete ultralight sets, and misc. pieces... This 2 ltr pot turned out to be the cookset solution I needed when I first started looking at titanium.
This pot is very light weight of course, but MORE importantly it is large enough to ACTUALLY COOK something!! Most of the ultra light sets are so small, that apart from boiling water they are nearly useless. I use this pot on long distance bicycle tours, and for general camping and the only way it could be better would be to have the lid double as a non-stick fry pan (although you can fry right in the pot).
The pot is large enough to accomdate my nearly any small campstove, including my Svea 123r. Additionally, I can still fit all my cooking accessories including fire starting and clean up items, and of course spices, spork, etc.
The size of the pot allows you the option of melting snow for drinking water without having to refill the pot several times. Also, it is very stable on the stoves I use: Svea 123, MSR XGKII, Trangia alcohol. Some reviews I've read don't like the pot holder/handle, but I've found that it works just fine.