I just got my camo jetboil this week. I was sold on them when Slowhike kept wandering around camp at the hang-out with a cup of coffee in the mornings before we ever left for breakfast. In the interest of me not mugging him next hang-out for that first cup of coffee, I jumped on the jetboil offer posted here.
Now I'm wondering about details of actually cooking while hanging. Mainly, when cooking under a tarp, do you ALWAYS set the stove out from under the actual tarp to keep the heat from damaging the tarp, or is there enough airflow under a tarp to go ahead and cook under it's shelter? I do know that I'd not want the tarp close to the stove.
While at REI I got the pot stand accessory for the jetboil. It includes a stabilizer bottom stand as well as the ring that you slip on the burner to support regular pots. I like not being limited to just using the mug. It all stores in the mug with the fuel canister and stove. Pretty cool. I like simple engineering solutions that work well.