I'm not suggesting what you are saying is wrong @Mole but I was talking about Jon's numbers and the word "terrible" not how it fits in the wider market and the pots people use. I reckon that what the numbers show is it isn't that bad at low to medium with a wider pot. I've used mine exclusively with an Alpkit Mytipot 900 and it is OK but I am careful with it in terms of keeping it stable and either using a windbreak or picking a sheltered spot. I'm not saying it is brilliant and I'd still prefer to carry my Soto Windmaster if I'm burning gas, but to say something is terrible and then produce figures that show, in many circumstances, it is roughly the same as the market leader doesn't seem to me to be a fair assessment. Yes if you use it on full blast with a pot that is too narrow for it you won't get good results but more fool you if that is how you use it.Objectively that's just one aspect of the findings. It's how we use ours (as a spare with an Evernew 900, when mostly using alcohol on longer trips).
Sadly the one situation it compares favourably hardly anyone really uses in reality. It's not very stable with wide pots. And supports often reported to bend with regular heavier loads like 1litre+. Most ULers I see use a light 95mm diameter mug like a Toaks 650, and often don't even bother with a windshield. So worst scenario for the stove performance.
The findings there don't take into account the other poor performance aspects of it such as high fuel consumption in the slightest wind , which Jon's low wind tunnel comparisons show it to be the worst.
There are cheaper not quite as light burners which I'd consider better ( the APG Windmaster almost copy that I've used 5/7 days a week for 2 years to make coffee at home for instance).
Currently I'm burning alcohol as I'm only doing days and short trips at the moment.
Quick brew and a mispronounced scone on WHW.