Listen, if you're looking to backpack in comfort and do some 'gourmet' cooking, pick yourself up a good aluminum cookset. Aluminum isn't too much heavier than titanium, doesn't develop hot spots as much, and is more efficient at heat transfer. Just make sure you get your aluminum coated, or you'll end up with some nasty residual flavors. GSI Pinnacle series is an example of a rockstar backcountry kitchen setup.
No, titanium is for those of us who scrutinize every ounce of gear. Titanium pots are PERFECT for ultralight enthusiasts who really only need to boil water for drinking or for freeze-dried deliciousness. And when it comes to titanium cookware, I vote that Snow Peak is the tops: light, well-made, and durable. I use the Trek 1400 set for trips involving 1-3 hikers, and the Trek 900 set for solo jaunts. Even better, the 900 fits well inside of the 1400 and there is still room for a canister, stove, and more (backcountry.com even sells these two cooksets together in a combo). And even though I use it mainly for boiling water, if you decide to use your pot as a serving dish, you can easily wash off titanium to a taste-free clean.